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Saosin – I Have Become What I've Always Hated lyrics

Holy eyes bring back one
Never if you only trust your separation
I believe and then
I'll try to give in
Is one fall already bad?
Seems far, but it's true

Whoever told you that
We will find a way to be this way
It's true, whoever told you that
Its fine to walk right outta control
It's true, whoever told you that
That's fine I hope the best for you
It's true, whoever told you that
We try the best to be the best but look what you've done

We are respiratory
We take violence in stride
We are respiratory
We are never to fall

We are the only story, intriguing myth
We told it twice before and I
I believe and then
I'll try to give in
We owe the attention for
Seems far, but it's true

Whoever told you that
We will find a way to be this way
It's true, whoever told you that
Its fine to walk right outta control
It's true, whoever told you that
That's fine I hope the best for you
It's true, whoever told you that
We try the best to be the best but look what you've done

We are respiratory
We take violence in stride
We are respiratory
We are never to fall



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/saosin/i_have_become_what_ive_always_hated.html

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