Tangled Up In You

Album: The Illusion of Progress (2008)
  • You're my world
    The shelter from the rain
    You're the pills
    That take away my pain
    You're the light
    That helps me find my way
    You're the words
    When I have nothing to say

    And in this world
    Where nothing else is true
    Here I am
    Still tangled up in you
    I'm still tangled up in you

    Still tangled up in you

    You're the fire
    That warms me when I'm cold
    You're the hand
    I have to hold as I grow old
    You're the shore
    When I am lost at sea
    You're the only thing
    That I like about me

    And in this world
    Where nothing else is true
    Here I am
    Still tangled up in you
    I'm still tangled up in you

    How long has it been
    Since this storyline began
    And I hope it never ends
    And goes like this forever

    In this world
    Where nothing else is true
    Here I am
    Still tangled up in you
    Tangled up in you
    I'm still tangled up in you
    Still tangled up in you Writer/s: Aaron Lewis
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Lacey from Grafton, NeThis song pulls at my heart and rips it to pieces...this song is absolutely amazing in everyway...if you have someone to sing it about...i did...and i lost them...painfully...now i lost the will to listen to this song anymore...but touche to the guy who came up with it...you must have been in love when you wrote it....
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