"Fall Your Way" as written by and Peter Murray....
Can you tell me when are you going to realise
That you can't depend on your instincts or your alibis
To play by the rules of these games being led by so many fools
You ignore the system that we're in 'cause you believe you're too good to commence in

When you notice it's only in your head
When you could justify yourself
To your friends they will help you when you fall
'Cause my friend you're about to hit the floor

You're falling your way down to the floor

Can you tell me when you lying to your girlfriend's eyes
Does your blood run through your thighs
And send a chillin' pins and needles up your spine

When you notice it's only in your head
When you could justify yourself
To your friends they will help you when you fall
'Cause my friend you're about to hit the floor

Can't you see the mess you're in
Can't you see the mess you're in
Can't you see the mess you're in
Don't you care at all

You're so into your own life
That you don't care who else has any strife
When your friends don't want to come along
Then you realise what the hell went wrong

When you notice it's only in your head
When you could justify yourself
To your friends they will help you when you fall
'Cause my friend you're about to hit the floor

You're falling your way down to the floor


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"Fall Your Way" as written by Peter Murray

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    General CommentThis song is about a good friend of Pete's who was into bodybuilding and so started taking steroids. The bloke was so obsessed about his appearance, arrogant and vain. The side-affects of these steroids was to shrink his friends' testicles and so basically the song is about them!
    Tomston May 18, 2007   Link

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