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Underoath – Walking Away lyrics

The day I left you was the worst mistake I ever made
Was ready to become something I didn't need you dragging me down
Thought your love just wasn't enough
My hair combed, nice shoes tied tight
Was ready to conquer life
Help unwanted I can do this on my own and then I found myself wounded
Tripping over myself, falling and scraping my knee
Sadness fills for I know I've failed
Why did I leave? Scared to go back
Hoping you'll take me in with open arms
But also know the hurt I've caused
The breeze of angel wings
Standing there a midst of lowers of every being
Tears grow and orchestra begins to play
What a beautiful day, why are you alone?
Run child it's time for you to go home.
Wounded spirit face in the dirt
I cry out for you to take me in
Your heart holds me close, and
I look up to face this world which so scares me
Faith in you loneliness just seems to fade.
The man once inside now a child walking in your footsteps
Hoping held leaves under feet from the trees of fall
Listening to autumn's call
A deep breath to continue on, fragile
Depending on you Christ carries me the rest of the walk



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