Comfort Zone

Album: Everyday Demons (2009)
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  • Work all day come back home
    Get a little older
    I don't feel like I belong
    Tell me when it's over

    This comfort I, wait for you
    This comfort I

    Try and break my routine
    It's harder than it looks like
    Drowning in monotony
    Thinking that I'm alright

    This comfort I wait for you
    This comfort I

    Can I embrace a moment with you
    Cam I embrace a moment with you
    No I missed my chance a thousand times before
    I'll tell you why I'm gonna miss no more

    Told me once told me twice
    There will be a reward
    Listened to your advice
    Not a lot to record

    This comfort I, wait for you
    This comfort I

    Can I embrace a moment with you
    Can I embrace a moment with you
    No I, don't need a lifetime a moment will do
    Can I embrace a moment with you
    I missed my chance a thousand times before
    I swear that I, I'm gonna miss no more

    Yes I missed my chance a thousand times before
    I'll tell you why I'm gonna miss no more

    Get it out, get it out of my way
    Get it out, get it out of my way

    Can I embrace a moment with you
    Can I embrace a moment with you
    No I don't need a lifetime a moment with you
    Can I embrace a moment with you
    For I missed my chance a thousand times before
    I swear that I, I'm gonna miss no more

    Yes I missed my chance a thousand times before
    And I'll tell you why I'm gonna miss no more

    No more

    I missed my chance a thousand times before
    I tell you why
    I'm gonna miss no more Writer/s: CORMAC NEESON, CORMAC SEAMUS NEESON, JAMES HEATLEY, MICHAEL WATERS, MICHAEL JOHN GERARD WATERS, PAUL MAHON, PAUL DAVID MAHON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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