Slowly, I have made my way
I’ve listened to what you say
Regardless of my history
The past is still haunting me
And I try to be rational
And see this as technical
And I hope that you see this my way

I’m aching, trying to explain
But I’m left with a head strain
It’s seeping more into my head
I wish it would leave instead
And I’m trying to remain calm
Or grounded at any cost(?)
Still you never cease to amaze me

Chorus:
Try not to over react
That keeps me floor run intact(?)
Nobody is listening to you

Slowly, I have made my way
I’ve listened to what you say
Regardless of my history
The past is still haunting me
And I try to be rational
You’re making this difficult
And I hope you see this my way

(Chorus x2)

Try not to over react
Nobody is listening to you
Try not to over react
Nobody is listening to you

(Chorus x2)


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    General Commentive seen nural a bunch of times in concert and they r a very well rounded and the singer fucking rocks and i think they will catch on once their music gets out more and im glad to be the first person to commment for nural....keep up the good work guys
    a_sight_unseenon August 14, 2002   Link
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    General Commentsorry but... i dont agree with you. The singing and back guitar sounds like crap. Aaron is probably the best in the band. Really good drummer. This song is the best theyve ever done.
    furtheraparton April 27, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti think that every thing sounds good
    brysonon June 18, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti just started listenin to this band a few weeks ago...i'm in love already..*drools*
    Xxromance_is_deadxXon September 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commentknow what they say about opinions furtherapart? these guys rock good and hard. vocals are different, reminds me of a lower key Darly from glassjaw.
    psykojojoon March 04, 2006   Link

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