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La La La La...
La La La La...

I understand you feel that I get tired of looking after you
You even start to think that I've been meaning
To do this to you
If you only knew how much of me wants to tell you
All this passes...

Take your time, reconsider (til I find my place in you)
Take your time to let your ache go away.

No harm done, you're under repair.
No harm done, you're under repair.
No harm done, you're under repair.

La La La La...
La La La La...

Sick and tired of taking the mellow beating of the
stupid games we play.
We run around but I'm done needing this hurt
I've stayed too long but I'm taking you with me
You're too beautiful to be seen here

No harm done, you're under repair.
No harm done, you're under repair.
No harm done, you're under repair.

La La La La...
La La La La...



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    Ingrid27Aug 10, 2011 at 2:54 pm
    Many of Imago's songs have strong Christian lyrics once you unravel them. In many song like this one, the singer communicates from God's point of view. He is comforting a troubled soul, telling the distressed person that whatever struggle he or she is going through, it's part of a process that will eventually make him or her a better person. The second verse seems more like a conversation with the first two stanzas from the discouraged soul and the last two from God. :)

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