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M. Ward – So Much Water lyrics

Water, so much water is under the bridge
Have not seen you since I was 21 and you know I was just a kid
And I have oh so many friends
Who talk you up like your someone new
Yeah but I've already gotten over you

Times, times where the lamps were lit so low
Well only a stranger would think it's impossible to let them go
And I have oh so many flashback scenes
That I can calmly walk straight through
Yeah but I've already gotten over you

And now my mind is free to walk the streets
We used to walk so quietly
And laid the foundation for this handful of rhymes
I have left the frustration behind my eyes

"Wait! Don't let your dream just pass away!"
Exactly how many times have I heard that one today?
Yeah we have oh so many friends
Who like to pretend we're still in high school
Yeah but I've already gotten over you

Water, so much water is under the bridge
Water, so much water is under the bridge
Water, so much water is under the bridge
Water, so much water is under the bridge

Water, so much water is under the bridge
Water, so much water is under the bridge
Water, so much water is under the bridge
Water, so much water is under the bridge



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