Album: Outside Inside (2001)
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  • She was a smart girl
    But she didn't think
    The well was full
    Still there's nothing to drink

    Got some money
    Still don't make no sense
    How a girl like this can live
    Her life without no common sense

    She's lost, la, la, la, lost
    Got a friend
    That works too much
    Trying hard to find the end to the means
    Came from nothing
    Has got nothing to lose
    Except he's losing sight of what is true in all this busy life
    For Lost, la, la, la, lost
    Lost, la, la, la, lost

    Maybe it's me but I can't see
    Why sometimes we choose to be blind
    Looking away going day by day
    And stumblin' around in the dark
    Spend our lives
    Wasting time
    Keepin' busy towards that life
    So afraid
    Slowing down
    Stop and take a look around and see what can be found
    Lost, la, la, la, lost
    Lost, la, la, la, la, lost Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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