A New Machine

Album: A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1987)
  • I have always been here
    I have always looked out from behind these eyes
    It feels like more than a lifetime
    Feels like more than a lifetime

    Sometimes I get tired of the waiting
    Sometimes I get tired of being in here
    Is this the way it has always been?
    Could it ever have been different?

    Do you ever get tired of the waiting?
    Do you ever get tired of being in there?
    Don't worry, nobody lives forever,
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  • Travis from Mission Viejo, Cathis song is referring to some of the thoughts of when on LSD
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