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Lay it on the table... lay it out on me
Call when you are able to share who you want to be
Cause life's sometimes annoying... and life can't let you see
Exactly where you're going so turn the page & breathe

There's no pile of answers... there's only a pile of dreams
To sort through and remember looking back on your history
So talk to me of sorrow, your fears and tragedies
Tell me the happy stories when success made you feel relief

Clarity ain't always what it used to be
Take a risk, might fall down, just let yourself bleed...

So underneath the cover... of a friend who wants to see
All that makes you blossom, believe and bend on knee
Come find a warm encounter... to be real & to be free
It's all here in my chair, so slow down & take a seat

It's all here in my chair, so slow down & take a seat
It's all here in my chair, so slow down & take a seat



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