I'm around I figure it out So far, so sad There's a thorn A cupid's eye No sides In landside
That's my love All falls down That's why I won't fold Under fire Under ground That's why love don't wash
Been what's past You see, I saw the second hand Thanks Dad Am I free? And was that me? Why is it always 5.30?
That's why love All falls down That's why I won't fold Love start fire Rolling under ground That's why love don't wash down
It was never really bad I was never that alone So it wound up where it lead So it lays beside road
I had barely deeply breathed I was not the man to feel So it turned as this as string And it catches in the wheel
Wouldn't claim it felt unfair An asylum in my house I could not escape his mouth I could not escape it
For the moment I believe As my hands adjust your hair Let my cover blow I was never real in there It was just a little scare I was just a little scared You were only never here Just a little bit
Writer/s: JR., ROBERT DOWNEY
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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