Album: The Unraveling (2001)
  • In the face of change
    Is when she turned to me and said
    "I'm not sure anymore??

    And there amidst the waves
    And the cloudless skies
    That blanket the year before
    I watch my life wash ashore

    Have you ever been a part of something
    That you thought would never end?
    And then of course it did

    Have you ever felt the weight inside you
    Pulling away inside your skin?
    And then something had to give

    Now the lines are drawn
    Is this feeling gone?
    The best parts of this have come and gone
    And now that is all this is

    With the reasons clear
    We'll spend another year
    Without direction, full of fear
    But now things will be different

    There's nothing simple when it comes to you and I
    Always something in this everchanging life
    And it probably always will
    Now that time is getting harder to come by
    The same arguments are always on our mind
    We've killed this slowly fading light

    Now something has kept me here too long and you can't leave me if I'm already gone

    Make the same mistakes we're always hanging on
    Break the promises we're always leaning on
    All this time spent waking up
    Mow I keep this line open to get this call from you as you speak the words
    That keep me coming back to you now this time it's all different

    Now something has kept me here too long and now I'm gone... Writer/s: BRANDON BARNES, DAN WLEKLINSKI, JOSEPH PRINCIPE, TIMOTHY MCILRATH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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