In The New Year

Album: You And Me (2008)
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  • Oh, I'm still living
    At the old address
    And I'm waiting on the weather
    That I know will pass

    I know that it's true
    It's gonna be a good year
    Out of the darkness
    And into the fire
    I tell you I love you
    And my heart's in the strangest place

    That's how it started
    And that's how it ends

    Well I know you're with me
    It's a point of pride
    And it's louder than lightning
    In this room of mine

    Oh, I'm just like you
    I never hear the bad news
    And I never will
    We won by a landslide
    Our troubles are over
    My sisters are married to all of my friends
    Yeah, that's how it started

    You took your sweet time
    And I waited by without complaint
    Til all the pipe dreams made me insane

    So it's all over
    It's all over anyhow
    You took your sweet time
    Finally, I opened my eyes

    My friends and my family
    They all ask me one thing
    "How long will you ramble"
    How long will you stay with me
    The snow is still falling
    I'm almost home
    I'll see you in the new year Writer/s: HAMILTON LEITHAUSER, JAMES HAMILTON LEITHAUSER, MATT BARRICK, MATTHEW FREDERICK BARRICK, PAUL C. MAROON, PAUL MAROON, PETER BAUER, PETER M. BAUER, WALTER MARTIN, WALTER R. MARTIN
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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