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Made it fourteen city blocks without breathing
Light breaks from the left and hits between the buildings
Stoplights change their name from green to red to green again
Love has it's critics but they never keep many friends

It's alright this could be a rough night
So hold tight this is not a fair fight

She up and died and left you in a fall you cannot forget
You were to young you said not yet, not yet, not yet
That year the cherries choked from pretty pink to red to brown
You looked around but she was nowhere to be found

It's alright this could be a rough night
So hold tight this is not a fair fight
It's alright this will be a rough night
So hold tight this is not a fair fight

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  • NeverSayNever
    NeverSayNeverJun 13, 2009 at 12:38 pm
    I wish I could've given this one more stars. This is probably my favorite off the new album and I think it's his only solo which I think is amazing.
    Reading these lyrics it kind of made me wonder what kind of writer he was in school...way to blow teachers away! I love this song so much. I deeply suggest getting the album.

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