"every inambition" as written by Gordie Edmond Johnson, Sean Patrick Dalton, Colin Kirk Macdonald, John Agnus Callaghan Macdonald and Jack Kakon Syperek....
Crawling with cancerous thoughts
On my mind
There's so many things I could
Say but it's not the time
Way beyond good and evil
Telling all the little people

Half of the time I pretend that
I'm fine and I
Keep it inside I keep it inside
But every inambition is dying
Crying outside I'm crying outside

I had my fill, I said enough
Chemicals were calling my bluff
Way beyond good and evil
Telling all the little people

Half of the time I pretend that
I'm fine and I
Keep it inside I keep it inside
But every inambition is dying
Crying outside I'm crying outside

Half of the time I pretend that
I'm fine and I
Keep it inside I keep it inside
But every inambition is dying
Crying outside I'm crying outside

Bye, bye my love, my still good
To sing?

Bye, bye my love, my still good
To sing?

Half of the time I pretend that
I'm fine and I
Keep it inside I keep it inside
But every inambition is dying
Crying outside I'm crying outside

Half of the time I pretend that
I'm fine and I
Keep it inside I keep it inside
But every inambition is dying
Crying outside I'm crying outside



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"Every Inambition" as written by Gordie Edmond Johnson Colin Kirk Macdonald

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    General Commentyou obviously have not listened to the trews very much if you think they are emo...
    nick_richard17on July 08, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentobviously not emo. obviously an awesome song. awesome band. (not that there's anything wrong with emo).
    mle_loveon March 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentLMAO THE TREWS BEING EMO!! LMAO!! Dude, why don't you go listen to your My Chemical Romance and Bullet For My Valentine. Anyways, kick ass song, kick ass band.
    SmackedByGodsmackon November 19, 2006   Link

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