Happiness

Album: Transit of Venus (2012)
  • I reach out when I have a confession
    I reach out in desperation
    I reach out when no one is listening
    So I could looking for the next best thing

    Happiness straight from the bottle
    When real life's too hard to swallow
    Happiness straight from the bottle
    When real life's too hard to swallow

    I feel them judging on me for their own pleasure
    If they really knew they'd know better
    That I'm the one who caves under pressure
    When desperate times call for desperate measures

    Happiness straight from the bottle
    When real life's too hard to swallow
    Happiness straight from the bottle
    When real life's too hard to swallow

    I know there's got to be some peace in me
    But I can't find it
    I get so sick of looking

    Happiness straight from the bottle
    When real life's too hard to swallow
    Happiness straight from the bottle
    When real life's too hard to swallow

    To hard to swallowWriter/s: ADAM GONTIER, BARRY STOCK, BRAD WALST, NEIL SANDERSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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