Stupid Goal

Album: She Was a Boy (2011)
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  • sometimes i'm feeling like i'm chasing after stupid goals
    this time i'm feeling like i'm ready to give up and fall
    some say the reason why we suffer is the same for all
    this time i'm willing to let the healing get inside my soul
    stupid goal

    if i was wise, i'd see for myself
    i'd close my eyes and try to rest
    so if i die, i'll see the faces of people waving from above
    still wanting to reach some stupid goal

    someday you'll finally get to see that you are beautiful
    you play, and everyday you're feeling more empty and droll
    why lie, if suddenly you're feeling like you lose control
    so you sigh, you cry, still everyday you're chasing after stupid goals
    stupid goal

    if i was wise, i'd see for myself
    i'd close my eyes and try to rest
    so if i die, i'll see the faces of people waving from above
    still wanting to reach some stupid goal

    i don’t want to keep on chasing after things
    like everything should go my way
    hoping that at last, i've forgiven my past
    just when everything has gone astray

    boy don’t you see the lie, we'll be running till we die
    keep on walking till one day
    i could no longer ignore, that i’m feeling insecure
    when i try to get some more, and to force it to go my way

    still want to reach some stars above
    you've given me all i’ve hoped from love
    i'm hoping it will last
    but it goes too fast
    when i choose my ways to stupid goals Writer/s: DAVID DONATIEN, YAEL NAIM
    Publisher: LILI LOUISE MUSIQUE
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