this tenderness is defined by you
but lost again to days less truth
and city lights cause eyes to burn again
i'll dive back into muddy skies
i'll wait for you and light to rise
while 3 am is waiting to begin
and i will chase away my fears
i can't bury them inside
i will never feel again these feelings felt tonight
i've chased away my heart and i can't wait until it ends
i've taken you for granted but i am willing to begin
maybe i'll count all of the stars that are hung up in the sky
one for each and every lonely day that has gone by
my room feels like a cell and i have been locked in
i've taken you for granted but i am willing to begin
is this my last sunrise with you?
how could i have known?
how could i have seen?
being some's prisoner means that i am never free
but maybe if i try
i could just believe everything is perfect and i'll throw away the key
i believe you're in my head now
that's what i came here for
i am in your head now
and you're headed out the door
it's unnatural, waiting just to find a way to make you stay
but i know that you know, theres never going to be a way
and i will chase away my fears
i can't bury them inside
i will never feel again these feelings felt tonight
i've chased away my heart and i can't wait until it ends
i've taken you for granted but i am willing to begin
my last sunrise
i'm willing to begin, all over again


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    General Commentthis is a wicked good song, pretty obious meaning but its great
    empty_satireon August 19, 2002   Link
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    General CommentHot damn do I ever miss Wishing Well.
    knifefighton October 03, 2004   Link
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    General CommentCan someone tell me where I can find Wishing Well tunes? I used to have a CD but who knows what happened to it...it is almost impossible to find them online Help!
    juliedick82on April 29, 2008   Link

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