Heavy Cross

Album: Music For Men (2009)
Charted: 37
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  • ooohh oh ooooh, oh oh oh ohhh
    ooohh oh ooooh, oh oh oh ohhh

    It's a cruel cruel world, to face on your own,
    A heavy cross, to carry alone,
    The lights are on, but everyone's gone,
    And it's cruel

    It's a funny way, to make ends meet,
    when the lights are out on every street,
    It feels alright, but never complete,
    without you,

    I trust you, if it's already been done, undo it,
    It takes two, it's up to me and you, to prove it,
    All the rainy nights, even the coldest days,
    you're moments ago, but seconds away,
    The principal of nature, it's true but, it's a cruel world,

    ooooh oooh oohh, ooh ooh oooh ooh, ooo wooah

    We can play it safe, or play it cool,
    follow the leader, or make up all the rules,
    whatever you want, the choice is yours,
    So choose,

    I trust you, if it's already been done, undo it,
    It takes two, it's up to me and you, to prove it,

    ei ei ei ei ei, oh oh oh oh oh, ye oh oh,
    ei ei ei ei ei, oh oh oh oh oh, ye eh, ye eh, ye eh,

    I trust you, it's already been done, undo it,
    It takes two, it's up to me and you, to prove it,

    ei ei ei, woah wo, yeah eh
    ei ei ei ei ei, oh oh oh oh oh, ye eh, ye eh, ye eh,

    I trust you, if it's already been done, undo it,
    It takes two, it's up to me and you, to prove it,
    ei ei ei ei ei, oh oh oh oh oh, ye oh oh,
    ei ei ei, oh oh oh oh oh, ye eh, ye eh, ye eh,

    I trust you.
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  • Emma from Adelaide, Australiathe opening rift sounds exactly like "edge of seventeen" by stevie nicks...hmmm
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