"Sorry For The Record" as written by Cormac Murray Battle, Darragh Butler and Colin James Fenelly....
See all the places that you liked.
Careers have wasted all your life.
Never need to understand what's yours is mine,
Intact my plan.
Cover over creases that you see with another claim of disbelief.
you're a star that just won't fade.
With that being said my mind is made.
Of all the faces we forgot to hold the hand that fed us well.
Sorry for the record let us down again.
Of all the faces we forgot to hold the hand that fed us well.
Sorry for the record let us down.
Killing my useless train of thought.
Have all these heirlooms that were brought.

In an air of self-disgrace my mouth is dry despite your wine.
Rewrite the verses of them all.
Would you expect to fly or fall?
Red or rouge you just can't see,
Among the rest you find is me.
And I'm laughing.
Every penny that you can make.
We will pander to your spoken words.
God I'm feeling great.
That's a beautiful coat you are wearing out,
Deserving of nothing less.
You couldn't tell if it smacked you in the face.
Grateful, grateful never.


Lyrics submitted by Harry Manback

"Sorry for the Record" as written by Cormac Murray Battle Colin James Fenelly

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