For What Its Worth

Album: Battle For The Sun (2009)
  • The end of the century
    I said my goodbyes
    For what it's worth
    I always aim to please
    But I nearly died

    For what it's worth
    Come on lay with me
    'Cause I'm on fire
    For what it's worth
    I tear the sun in three
    To light up your eyes

    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth

    Broke up the family
    Everybody cried
    For what it's worth
    I have a slow disease
    That sucked me dry
    For what it's worth
    Come on walk with me
    Into the rising tide
    For what it's worth
    Filled a cavity
    Your god shaped hole tonight

    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth
    For what it's worth

    No one cares when you're out on the street
    Picking up the pieces to make ends meet
    No one cares when you're down in the gutter
    Got no friends got no lover

    No one cares when you're out on the street
    Picking up the pieces to make ends meet
    No one cares when you're down in the gutter
    Got no friends got no lover

    For what it's worth
    Got no lover
    For what it's worth
    Got no lover
    For what it's worth
    Got no lover
    For what it's worth
    Got no lover
    For what it's worth
    Got no lover
    For what it's worth
    Got no lover
    For what it's worth
    Got no lover

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  • Jon from Enumclaw , WaI freaking love this song!! I've heard it on the radio and I just love it.
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