Sure Thing Falling

Album: Lights And Sounds (2005)
  • He likes Vampires and hitless radio
    Turns it off when he hears this one song he knows
    And you breathe, the window's down
    You're driving I4 as you make your way back home

    You ride in silence because he will not let go
    And you breathe, the window's down
    It's a new place that you have found

    I've been up late writing books
    All about heroes and crooks
    One of them saves you from this
    The other one steals you and then
    Sure things fall
    And all sure things fall

    Do you remember how we used to get so high?
    It didn't work at first, we tried it two more times
    And we could breathe, the window's down
    I was thinking of the temperature outside

    Cool like the water that was running through our eyes
    And you breathe, the window's down
    It's a new place that we have found

    I've been up late writing books
    All about heroes and crooks
    One of them saves you from this
    The other one steals you and then
    Sure things fall
    And all sure things fall

    He could take you all the way to Church this time
    But don't forget you summed it up in fifteen lies

    I've been up late writing books
    All about heroes and crooks
    One of them saves you from this
    The other one steals you

    Of all of the places I looked
    And all of the pictures I took
    One of them's here with me now
    I'm finally finding out how

    Sure things fall
    All sure things fall Writer/s: LONGINEU WARREN III PARSONS, PETER MICHAEL MOSELY, SEAN MICHAEL WELLMAN-MACKIN, WILLIAM RYAN KEY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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