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Ages And Ages – I See More lyrics

In light of day we made a move through the rest
All darkness air lost it's will to deflect
Our fight was not so easily banned
When things were getting old

And when this happened I was weighed, I was warned
? At the wounds I had sworn
To never end up in there, as it turns out now I guess that I was wrong

And still I, still I see more

And in the following it's been had, it's been hashed
They're lying still like some appeal in my past
Whatever's up it shows the take out the back
My place was rugged all along

But if you ever feel an urge to be friends
Or even notice any light that's to share
I know you brought me round the way there instead
And hoped for how it was before

Still I, still I see more

Spit out your loses, pile under buses
Maybe it's ok, maybe it's ok
Spit out your loses, pile under buses
Maybe you'll decide, maybe you'll decide
Spit out your loses, pile under buses
Maybe it's ok, maybe it's ok
Spit out your loses, pile under buses
Maybe you'll decide, maybe you'll decide
Spit out your loses, pile under buses
Maybe it's ok, maybe it's ok

I'll be on your side



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