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Just another lesson learned
Wear a scar, abore repeating
Take a simple fateful turn
Opened up to stop the bleeding

Feeling like you're never could
Been the disconnected frying
Hit the vein & struck a nerve
Seeing through a self that's blinding

Nowhere to buy in
Most of us hiding
Others are shining

Just another brick you toss
Stone the number one deceiver
Multiply the added cost
Easy to become a believer

Feeling like you never could
Been the disconnected frying
Hit the vein & struck a nerve
Seeing through a self that's blinding

Nowhere to buy in
Most of us hiding
Others are shining

You know when you find it
In your darkest hour, you strike gold
A thought clicks, not the be-all end-all (x2)

Just another lesson learned, yea

(Guitar solo)

You know when you find it
In your darkest hour, you strike gold
A thought clicks, not the be-all end-all (x2)

Just another lesson learned, yea

Just another lesson learned



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