"Ordinarily Me" as written by Darryn William S Harkness, Grant Ronald Haynes, Benjamin Augusto Smith and Y Ellis Ben....
Why don't your eyes see through your lids
Like feeding guns to shaven pigs
'Cause he was a blind man breaking moulds
With leather straps and dead seagulls
The fallen angels' good right now
The feeling's gone, i swear out loud
Afraid of when this story ends
And damn these words, exist as friends
I'm not really here at all
I'm just trying to build a wall

You've tried to let go, find that same times.
But the eyes in your head are part of your mind
This true love reminds me of when i was small
When love was no object if i did love at all
After this high, after this low
I've found a place for you to go

In my heart not in my brain
In my far where it's the same
In my past where you come from
And today if i were one
'Cause i'm not fortune, i am greed
I am ordinarily me
I am ordinarily me

You finally see what humans do
They all love satan so do you
I fear for all those dying men,
It feels so good to know you care

You've tried to let go, find that same times.
But the eyes in your head are part of your mind.
This true love remins me of when i was small
When love was no object if i did love at all
After this high, after this low
I've found a place for you to go

In my heart and in my brain
In my far, where its the same
In my past where you come from
And today if i were one
Cos i'm not fortune, i am greed
I am ordinarily me
I am ordinarily me

In my heart and in my brain
In my far, where its the same
In my past where you come from
And today if i were one
Cos i'm not fortune, i am greed
I am ordinarily me
I am ordinarily me


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