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Take The Low Road lyrics

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Crisis – Take The Low Road lyrics

in...all this time I have learned that no one speaks my language I.
learned long ago that I walk alone (I. don't believe in me) What
can I say 2, days dark and grey and, not much different from yesterday I.
hate what I am not, much more pleased with what I've become Used.
to close the door and sleep away the days (I don't believe in you) What
can I say time, is the enemy it. makes me empty it. is the thief of me So...
I went to the big door and asked the old man for a favor (SHOW
ME A BRIGHTER DAY) Down
here in this mud where I'm stuck (felt
a ghost of myself running away) (SHOW
ME A BETTER WAY) I
hate what I am not. much more pleased with what I've become Used.
to close the door and sleep away the days But,
I've come to face the day when my childhood was taken away These.
movements of displacement say yesterday: will never be back again (build.
a wall around inside out) I. won't let me out I.
won't let me in caught. up to my knees in mistakes



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