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Cause & Effect – Something New lyrics

In the name of you
I fill these hands with gold
No matter what you do
Don't forget how the story is told
You can believe
Or at least you can try
And you may see
That the truth is just a lie
Open your eyes there's something new for you
It's no disguise there's nothing you can do
Open your eyes you see them clearly now
Look to the skies I mean this sincerely now
Don't forget your life
Don't throw it all away
If you'd only try
You could live in a brand new day
You only feel
The things you think you know
Your mind of steel
Won't allow the truth to grow
Open your eyes there's something new for you
It's no disguise ther's nothing you can do
Open your eyes you see them clearly now
Look to the skies I mean this sincerely now
You can believe
You can believe



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