Change Of Heart Pt.2

Album: Come of Age (2012)
  • Do ya do ya do ya think of speaking your mind
    Or is it openly as lonely as it is cold
    And do ya do ya do ya wanna get away
    Or is it better off in the balance anyway
    Later on or yeah whatever
    I see now your beauty never ends

    What the hell you do it's up to you
    Now you've got to see it through
    Tell the man you've had a change of heart

    Do you make light of a bad situation
    By burring your head under the sand
    And eat the apple of your eye
    Just because your mouth was dry
    Oh well

    Doesn't really matter what you need
    But honest is paramount
    Just tell the man you've had a change of heart

    Bullet hits the wall and you'll play along
    Give someone a answer and they'll think of one
    Find yourself somewhere you have never been before, oh

    Give it time there's no appeal
    You can bite the bullet, or just do it in a minute
    For the love of god if you've had a change of heart


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