Album: Goodbye (2004)
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  • You keep on pushing and you'll get your answer
    But it won't be the one you want it to be
    I think it?s funny how we don't get storms around here anymore
    And the rain, when it comes, it tastes like nothing

    I want you to remember me
    For things I never did
    'Cause no one in this world deserves
    To see my happiness

    I know what it?s supposed to be like to be young
    But it is not the way I thought it would be
    My paranoia functioned like a broken mirror
    To distort and destroy any clarity and what's more

    I want you to give back to me
    The child I never was
    'Cause I believed what I was told
    Like everybody does
    Writer/s: JOHN GRANT
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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