Standing on the crossroads on the day of heaven or hell
Don't know if we'll make it out of here
We're too young how can we tell
Standing on the crossroads in the line to heaven or hell
Nothing you can do to get out of here
Nothing that you can sell
And you're taking us six feet underground

Asking you to hold me, I begged you not to leave me this way
I assured you that I loved you
And this wasn't the right way
Told you it was for the better, told you I needed a change
Had to get my life back on track
Some things I had to rearrange
Don't know if I can forgive you for the void you left in my heart
Told you it wouldn't be forever, eventually we'd part
You're taking us six feet underground

Now we've gotten through the hard parts, now we start the rest of our lives
You said I was scared of commitment
Well baby will you be my wife
Baby you know that I love you, the last thing I'd do is hurt you
But the truth is that I moved on
Now I found somebody new

Ever since then I have learned all that glitters don't gotta be gold
There was no other way to show you, my emotions for you had run cold
Don't know if I can forgive you for the void you left in my heart
I told you it wouldn't be forever and that eventually we'd part
You're taking us six feet underground
yeah you're taking us six feet underground

2004 Crazy Baby Records (ASCAP)


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