The Outsiders

Album: The Outsiders (2009)
  • Shortfalls and little sins
    Close calls where no one wins
    Stand tall we're running thin
    I'm wearing thin

    Oh, why are we keeping score

    'Cause if you're not laughing
    Who is laughing now
    I've been wondering
    If we stop sinking
    Could we stand our ground
    And through everything we've learned
    We've finally come to terms
    We are the outsiders
    Oh oh oh
    We are the outsiders
    Oh oh oh

    I'm not leaving without a fight
    I got my holster around my side
    Just 'cause I'm wrong it don't make you right
    No, you ain't right

    Oh, why are we keeping score

    'Cause if you're not laughing
    Who is laughing now
    I've been wondering
    If we stop sinking
    Could we stand our ground
    And through everything we've learned
    We've finally come to terms
    We are the outsiders
    Oh oh oh
    We are the outsiders
    Oh oh oh

    We are the outsiders
    Oh oh oh
    We are the outsiders
    Oh oh oh
    We are the outsiders
    Oh oh oh
    We are the outsiders
    Oh oh oh
    We are the outsiders

    On the outside
    You're free to roam
    On the outside
    We found a home
    On the outside
    There's more to see
    On the outside
    We choose to be

    On the outside
    You're free to roam
    On the outside
    We found a home
    On the outside
    There's more to see
    On the outside
    We choose to be Writer/s: BEAR RINEHART, BO RINEHART
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Bluewater Music Corp.
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