"Everyday" as written by Charles Kipps, James Ellis Ford and James Anthony Shaw....
Everyday is a struggle between what I wanna say
And what I should keep to myself
And the words that manage to leave my lips
Don't hurt me, but they hurt everyone else

And I find myself in need of a pause
I'm not sure why, but I think that it's because
Of this desire to be what others want me to be
Which is nothing close to me

But I'll see better when the smoke clears
When the smoke clears inside my head
And I can listen when the screaming doesn't repeat everything I've said
And all that remains me and who I am at the end of the day
And this happens everyday

Everyday is a battle between what I wanna know
And what I don't wanna figure out
And everything in between in these thoughts of mine
That you know I can't live with out

And I find myself in need of a pause
I'm not sure why, but I think that it's because
Of this desire to be what others want me to be
Which is nothing close to me

But I'll see better when the smoke clears
When the smoke clears inside my head
And I can listen when the screaming doesn't repeat everything I've said
And all that remains me and who I am at the end of the day
And this happens everyday


Lyrics submitted by chasinglights35

"Everyday" as written by James Anthony Shaw Charles Kipps

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    General CommentWow, another favorite song of mine that has no comments!
    This song is about fighting between who you are and who other people want you to be. All day you spend putting up a frontm saying things people expect from you, and having to watch everything you say, but at the end of the day, all that's left is just you.
    MissingKeyToMyHearton March 09, 2009   Link

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