Sad Vacation

Album: This Machine (2012)
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  • Baby get me right down to the crawl
    And then you get me right down to the crawl
    One more lesson now that's all
    One more lesson now that's all
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Baby get me right down to the crawl
    And then you get me right down to the crawl
    One more lesson then it cause
    One more lesson down it cause

    I'm on vacation
    I'm gonna change the station
    I cannot fake like I cannot hear
    Anything sound so insincere
    'cause the more you stay the same
    The more you feel like you have to change
    So if you can watch me walk away
    You can bake but I cannot stay
    No way, no way, no way

    I'm on vacation
    I'm gonna change the station
    I cannot fake like I cannot hear
    Anything so, in here
    'cause the more you stay the same
    The more you feel like you have to change
    And you can watch me walk away
    You can bake but I cannot stay
    No way, no way, no way, no way Writer/s: Brent Deboer, Courtney Taylor
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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