"Didn't Even Try" as written by Cormac Murray Battle, Darragh Butler, William Patrick Dalton and Colin James Fenelly....
So after all you never kid yourself alone.
See you standing senile ever overblown.
I knew a chance of changing back would re-appear again.
But I can jump right over you say when.
Tell me driver I can't seem to understand,
Better be the leader than to hold the major's hand.
Looking forward I can see a happy tree;
A normal unaffected family.
So what d'you mean?
You didn't even try.
But it's alright with me,
I can hold myself, I know myself.

Hold on tight and you can feel the strain.
But it's alright with me, I can change.
Driving by,
Hello, remember me amour?
I'm the dandy member that you once adored.
Mirrored in the window underneath a sunny glare.
A reflection only you could bear.
Never ending nightmares you present to me.
Knowing that the problem is the problem that I see.
Certain self control preventing unashamed from doing what I might regret again.

Lyrics submitted by Harry Manback

"Didn't Even Try" as written by Cormac Murray Battle Colin James Fenelly

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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