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For you

Take three years
Take these tears
Blow it out of proportion
Like you never (Lived a single day without regret)
Like you never (Lived without my voices in your head)
Three states and eighty shows later it's over
But it's okay 'cause
Right here is where I belong

True friends stab in the front
What's said is said, what's done is done
Your eyes crushed in
My fingers is
The only way you'll see

Keep yourself contained
'Cause trust me
'Cause you don't wanna see my
"look at me now" face

You taught me nothing I
Didn't already know
Was it fun riding on my shoulders?
You taught me nothing I
Didn't already know
Was it fun riding on my shoulders?
Now you'd kill
Now you'd sin
To rip open my skin and live a day in my shoes
'Cause you've got nothing left to lose

You fooled me once shame on you
You fooled me twice shame on me
You fooled me three times and
Death will come on broken wings
Tonight
Tonight
Tonight

Right here is where I belong

You taught me nothing I
Didn't already know
Was it fun riding on my shoulders?
You taught me nothing I
Didn't already know
Was it fun riding on my shoulders?
Now you'd kill
Now you'd sin
To rip open my skin and live a day in my shoes
'Cause you've got nothing left to lose



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