"Ames" as written by Edward Daniel Chester, Adam Patrick Devlin, Mark James Morriss and Scott Edward Morriss....
Indecision is a curious thing
It can turn your charity into sin
Hesitation or the blink of an eye
Can make your truth feel just like a lie

What if you were raised to feel naturally grateful
Guilty
What if you were raised to feel naturally grateful

Repetition as a way of life
It's a safe way out
But a long hard fight
Isolation is a means to an end
It's amazing how fast
You'll forget your friends

What if you don't have what it takes to be humble
Worthy
What if you don't have what it takes to be humble

Feed your head
Save your breath
Because one of these days
Because one of these days
Why must I feel I'm the one
Who must show you the way
Who must show you the way

Feed your head
Save your breath
Because one of these days
You might need it
Why must I feel I'm the one
Who must show you to make you believe it

Any fool can see that I'm a bad example
If the only advice I bring
Is to chew on your food
And save your string

Maybe I don't have what it takes to be humble
Worthy
Maybe I don't have what it takes to be humble

Feed your head
Save your breath
Because one of these days
You might need it
Why must I feel I'm the one
Who must show you to make you believe it

Feed your head
Save your breath
Because one of these days
Because one of these days
Why must I feel I'm the one
Who must show you to make you believe it
To make you believe


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"Ames" as written by Edward Daniel Chester Adam Patrick Devlin

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    General CommentIt's 4am and I'm listening to this very loudly through headphones.
    I've heard it before but this feels like the first time.
    Powerful.
    schadenfreude87on April 30, 2007   Link

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