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Other Ways of Speaking
(Crowe, Cochran)
I can't tell, if I want to know,
What's on your mind,
Should I just go.
It's a long way down from here
I better start with the stairs
It's a long way down from here
You know there's other ways of speaking
Words are just the deep end
I'm not good at keeping secrets from you
But I can't tell, if I want to know,
What's on your mind,
Should I just go.
It's a long way down from here
I better start with the stairs,
It's a long way down from here
You know there's other ways of speaking,
I can read you when you're sleeping
I can feel you when you're breathing
And breaking in two
But I can't tell, if I want to know
What's on your mind
Should I just go.
It's a long way down from here,
I better start with the stairs
It's a long way down from here
You know there's other ways of speaking
Words are just the deep end
I'm not good at keeping your secrets from you30 Odd Foot of Grunts Lyrics Index



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