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All I can say is things didn't go as I planned
Seems every day I'm learning is out of my hands
And coming to terms is harder than ever before
When you would give anything to know what all of this is for

Well there are things that I cannot change now
But these are strings that I will untangle

So gimme a high road to rise up and follow
I'll keep my eyes closed and breathe
And gimme a tightrope to walk from the highest peak
And I'll never look down at my feet

Somebody said if you can let down your pride
You won't be afraid, fear's not a safe place to hide
And I was convinced I'd never win your love, no
I didn't see all I really needed was my own

And there are things that I cannot explain now
But it's not too late and I am so thankful

And I got a high road to rise up and follow
I'll keep my eyes closed and breathe
And gimme a tightrope to walk from the highest peak
And I'll never look down at my feet

I've been down enough times to know it's no good
And I'm working overtime just thinking I should
Carry all of this weight around
I'm finding out that I never could
I never could

So gimme a high road to rise up and follow
I'll keep my eyes closed and breathe
And gimme a tightrope to walk from the highest peak
And I'll never look down at my feet
Never look down at my feet



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