All For You

Album: Somewhere More Familiar (1997)
Charted: 11
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  • Finally I figured out
    But it took a long, long time
    But now there's a turnabout
    Maybe 'cause I'm trying

    There's been times, I'm so confused
    All my roads, they lead to you
    I just can't turn and walk away

    It's hard to say what it is I see in you
    Wonder if I'll always be with you
    But words can't say, and I can't do
    Enough to prove, it's all for you

    I thought I'd seen it all
    'Cause it's been a long, long time
    But then we'll trip and fall
    Wondering if I'm blind

    There's been times, I'm so confused
    All my roads, they lead to you
    I just can't turn and walk away

    It's hard to say what it is I see in you
    Wonder if I'll always be with you
    But words can't say, and I can't do
    Enough to prove, it's all for you

    Rain comes pouring down
    Falling from blue skies
    Words without a sound
    Coming from your eyes

    Finally I figured out
    But it took a long, long time
    But now there's a turnabout
    Maybe cause I'm trying

    There's been times, I'm so confused
    All my roads, they lead to you
    I just can't turn and walk away

    It's hard to say what it is I see in you
    Wonder if I'll always be with you
    But words can't say, and I can't do
    Enough to prove, it's all for you

    It's hard to say what it is I see in you
    Wonder if I'll always be with you
    But words can't say, and I can't do
    Enough to prove, it's all for you

    It's hard to say
    It's hard to say
    It's all for you Writer/s: Andrew Copeland, Jeff Beres, Ken Block, Mark E. Trojanowski, Ryan Carter Newell
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Renan Alisson from Salvador, BrazilThis music just brings me good feelings and good memories.
  • Jonathan from Fayetteville, NcI still remember this song from 1997, I was always listening for Third Eye Blind on the radio and this came on too a lot.
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