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(Lawrence Gowan)
You get time (time)
But all that really changes
Is the state of your mind
You get strong (strong)
But strength can be elusive
When your fears turn on
And you run for cover
But you never escape the storm
In the human drama (in the human drama)
That's how it can be
In the human drama (in the human drama)
You're throwing at me
You get tears (tears)
Well all you want is pleasure
To fill your years
You get love (love)
Then wish you'd never known it
When it starts to get rough
And you run for cover
But you never escape the storm
In the human drama (in the human drama)
That's how it can be
In the human drama (in the human drama)
You're throwing at me
When you feel hope is fading
Let your soul learn to fly
And you run for cover
But you never escape the storm
In the human drama (in the human drama)
That's how it can be
In the human drama (in the human drama)
You're throwing at me
In the human drama (in the human drama)
In the human drama (in the human drama)
In the human drama (in the human drama)
In the human drama
That's how it can be
In the human drama (in the human drama)
You're throwing at me
In the human drama (in the human drama)
That's how it can be
In the human drama (in the human drama)
You're throwing at me



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