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Isn't it easier if you want it like that
To run away baby, never come back
Than to sit around and cry

Oh, honestly!
If you try to find a problem here
You probably will
It's okay to cry and it's right to try
Just don't let it bring on a standstill
'Cause these things all take time

So, listen to the wind blow over the branches
Listen to waves crash on the shore
I don't have the big plan, just small glances
And every now and then I'm still unsure

Oh, honestly!
Would you try and grasp at an empty heaven
Or bank your hopes on rain that may not fall
I'm not expressing failure
I'm just suggesting, to walk you first crawl
And when they ask you why tell em...

Listen to the wind blow over the branches
Listen to waves crash on the shore
I don't have the big plan, just small glances
And every now and then I'm still unsure

I failed to recognize the curtain had come down
I tried to apologize but they'd already skipped town

Isn't it easier if you want it like that
To run away baby, never look back
Than to sit around and cry

Listen to the wind blow over the branches
Listen to waves crash on the shore
I don't have the big plan, just small glances
And every now and then I'm still

Gonna listen to the wind blow over the branches
Listen to the waves crash on the shore
You'll never move ahead if you don't take chances
And it's okay to be
Yeah, it's okay to be unsure

Oh, honestly!



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