"On That Stage" as written by and Michael Park....
And here's your grade today, an A for loving me.
You didn't mean to share your heart with me.
I can't wait to grow old together.
With every grey I'm more in love with you.

Extend my hand and I hope you will too.
My culture bleeds but I'm shaking it on through.
Extend my hand and I hope you will to.
My culture bleeds but I'm shaking, shaking it on through.

Dear friend, the greatest friend,
The thought of breathing here so close to you.
I can't wait to grow old together.
With every grey m more in love with you.

Extend my hand and I hope you will too.
My culture bleeds but I'm shaking it on through.
Extend my hand and I hope you will to.
My culture bleeds but I'm shaking.

Call you on that stage,
I'm wondering about you every day.
Call you on that stage,
I'm wondering about you every single day.

Extend my hand and I hope you will too.
My culture bleeds but I'm shaking it on through.
Extend my hand and I hope you will to.
My culture bleeds but I'm shaking,

Call you on that stage,
I'm wondering about you every day.
Call you on that stage, (If I had one diamond)
I'm wondering about you every day.

Call you on that stage, (If I had one diamond)
I'm wondering about you every day.
Call you on that stage, (If I had one diamond)
I'm wondering about you every single day.


Lyrics submitted by zouyan

"On That Stage" as written by Michael Park

Lyrics © THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY, Peermusic Publishing

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    General Commenti try to figure out the lyrics from listening to his songs, and for 99% of each song its really easy. but that last %1 is in every frigging song, so i dont want to post bad lyrics up :(

    but you should definately check out mike park, they lyrics are just like his other bands in that they're written like poetry thats put to music
    zouyanon April 13, 2004   Link

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