All I Got

Album: Hands Built By Robots (2007)
Charted: 59
  • All I gotta do is sit around and wait
    And all I gotta do is not anticipate
    And every word I said I should have taken back
    And all I gotta do is get my brain on track

    And I know what you're thinking, yeah
    That you know what's coming now

    And everywhere I look
    Everything is looking so good
    Everyone is you
    And I know I tend to rush straight in
    I just don't know where to begin
    When everyone is you, everyone is

    And all I gotta do is just hold back and wait
    But every time I try I make the same mistake
    And all I gotta do is make myself relax
    And all I gotta do is keep my brain on track

    And I know what you're thinking, yeah
    That you know what's coming now

    And everywhere I look
    Everything is looking so good
    Everyone is you
    And I know I tend to rush straight in
    I just don't know where to begin
    When everyone is you, everyone is

    And I hope that you find it
    If freedom is all that you want
    I can see a silver lining
    I'll be here time after time
    Time after time after all

    Everywhere I look
    Everything is looking so good
    And everyone is you
    And I know I tend to rush straight in
    I just don't know where to begin
    When everyone is you

    And everywhere I look
    It is looking so good
    And everyone is you
    And I know I tend to rush straight in
    I just don't know where to begin
    When everyone is you, everyone is

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