All We Ever Knew

Album: Signs of Light (2016)
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  • When I wake up in the morning
    I see nothing
    For miles and miles and miles
    When I sleep in the evening, oh lord
    There she goes, only in dreams
    She's only in dreams
    Well, well my love
    We've been here before
    Don't drag me through this again
    We tried everything under the sun

    Now I'm trying to wake up from this
    I'm trying to make up for it

    All we ever do, is all we ever knew
    La la la la la la

    You don't see why you would there's no love to give
    Well what goes around comes around
    I know sometimes you get so caught in a dream
    But now it's time to wake up from this
    It's time to make up for it

    It's time to wake up from this
    Yes it's time to wake up from this
    It's time to make up for it

    All we ever do (all we ever do) is all we ever knew
    La la la la la la

    I'm feeling low, feeling high
    Feeling down, why isn't this enough?
    I'm feeling low, feeling high
    Feeling down, why isn't this enough?

    All we ever do is all we ever knew
    All we ever do
    It's time to wake up from this
    La la la la la la Writer/s: CHARITY ROSE THIELEN, CHRISTOPHER SHANE ZASCHE, ERIC RUSSELL JONATHAN, KENNETH HENSLEY, ROBERT TYLER WILLIAMS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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