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Can’t get used to what you told me You said better brace yourself
There's changes coming in I wake up to a brand-new story
Stop the clock that's ticking on the shelf
Then let it all begin

Now I know that I'm right here where I was before
Chasing all my ghosts around
Maybe I worry what I will say
Now I'm only 3 hours away

Living in between the pages
Watching the strangers come and go Just life that’s passing by
It all keeps coming down in stages
Only hurts the ones you know No matter what you try

Now I know that I'm right here where I was before
Chasing songs from town to town
Maybe I worry what I will say
Now I'm only 3 hours away


Some things aren't meant to last
Like a day that burns up fast
Turn away and then it's gone

Sun comes the red sky morning
I pray that the trouble all has passed
Just something that I dreamed I must have missed all of your warnings
I guess we played too fast Much closer than it seemed

Now I know that I'm right here where I was before
Making all my plans alone
Maybe I worry what I will say Now I'm only 3 hours away
Maybe I worry what I will say Now I'm only 3 hours away



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