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I don't mind confiding
That I make stupid mistakes
Been misled and misguided
And I'm easily led astray

But you can dance with disaster
Never missing a step
Spinning faster and faster
Long after I've already slipped

But in the middle of it all
You always break my fall
In the middle of it all

[Chorus]
Over and over, again and again
You float through the door and I'm Stumbling In
I'm twisted and tangled and soaked to the skin
You float through the door and I'm Stumbling In again

Pulled in every direction
I've a million regrets
You're the perfect protection
When I'm diving in over my head

But in the middle of it all
You always break my fall
In the middle of it all

[Chorus]

[Bridge]
There's bones in my closet,
I've collected quite a few
God knows what causes an angel to love a fool

But in the middle of it all
You always break my fall
In the middle of it

[Chorus]



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