Forget and Not Slow Down

Album: Forget and Not Slow Down (2009)
  • How many times
    Can I push it aside
    Is it time I befriended all the ghosts of all the things that haunt me most
    So they leave me alone
    Move on with my life
    Be certain the steps of left and right don't fight the direction of upright

    I'd rather forget and not slow down
    Than gather regret for the things I can't change now
    If I become what I can't accept
    Resurrect the saint from within the wretch
    Pour over me and wash my hands of it

    It's time to decide
    Which is out of my mind
    Cause it'll be me unless I put some thoughts to rest and leave some faults behind
    I'll watch the glint in my eye
    Shine off the spring in my step
    And could be blinding depending on the amount of you that I reflect

    Cause I could spend my life just trying to sift through
    What I could've done better but what good do what ifs do
    Oh oh
    Oh oh
    There's something I should tell you now

    I Don't Need A Soul

    I listen to the sirens as they sing me back to sleep
    I pray that no one's seriously hurt
    It feels like everything is dying at the pivot point of me
    I listen to the sirens tell me things could still be worse

    'Cause if you close your eyes and listen close
    You can hear the chapter close
    And its all rebound in better clothes
    And you like the way this story goes
    'Cause the sun still burns the shadows out
    And there's nothing to complain about now

    'Cause if this was our destiny I'd treasure the fact
    And I'd give you whats left of me if I'd held back

    But I don't need a soul
    No I don't need a soul to hold
    Without you I'm still whole
    You and life remain beautiful

    Departing from the hospital
    Ill news shows on your face too well
    You're trying not to cough at all it hurts
    All options are exhausted all your numbered days are numbered small
    I miss you now
    I loved you
    And I know things could still be worse Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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