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Album: Look What You Made Me (2008)
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  • Oh my friend
    We have spent
    So much time looking for someone to blame
    'Cause were the same
    The jealous games
    Take up time we could spend on other things
    Oh my friend
    If it ends
    Let us go and then not look back again
    We can't be
    You and me
    Taken' ourselves much too seriously

    But out in space
    A million miners work upon
    The night's cold face
    But all I see is black
    And all the stars look back
    At me

    Oh my friend
    What a friend
    I'd have thought you'd have stayed here till the end
    I take a bow
    Draw the crowd
    We're just words in the sand at high tide

    But out in space
    A million miners work upon
    The night's cold face
    But all I see is black
    And all the stars look back

    And I'm leaving

    Oh my friend
    We should spend
    Some more time looking from the other end
    'Cause we would see
    So clearly
    We'd blame ourselves as much as we'd blame weed
    We'd blame ourselves as much as we'd blame weed
    We'd blame ourselves Writer/s: RONALD WARD, JR., TERRY BALSAMO, SAMUEL MC CANDLESS, KELLY HAYES, JEREMY D. MARSHALL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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