"Story Of My Life" as written by Nathan Perez and Francisco J. Bautista Jr.....
Lay your head on my shoulder
Everything is gonna be alright
Baby don't you worry 'bout a thing
I see a rainbow at the end
It's gonna be alright
So many problems around me
Dammit won't they just go away
Every night I pray, yeah
Lord won't you come my way
Won't you come and rescue me
Help me see the light

What do you do when your water runs dry
When your greens and your blues turn to black and white
It's the story of my life
When the fires get out, can you turn 'em off
Can you turn 'em off

I've tried so hard to make it
Tried to do the best I could
Tried to do some good,yea
Like the people that I could
Like my family if you would
Trying to live a better life
Fake friends all around me
Trying to be up in my scoop
Acting like they're cool, yea
They don't know that I ain't bline So stop trying to waste my time
And go on with your bull, yeah

What do you do when your water runs dry
When your greens and your blues turn to black and white
It's the story of my life
When the fires get out, can you turn 'em off
Can you turn 'em off

Cada vez que siento que el mundo se me esta cerrando
Solo pienso en escaparme del mal
why cada vez que siento que el aire se me esta acabando pienso en volar
Hasta donde nadie me pueda encontrar

What do you do when your water runs dry
When your greens and your blues turn to black and white
It's the story of my life
When the fires get out, can you turn 'em off
Can you turn 'em off


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"Story of My Life" as written by Nathan Perez Francisco J. Bautista Jr.

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    General Commentwow i love this song im not sure what its about but i think its how he loves someone but hes having troubles in his life and hes asking god why they wont go away
    jayb23on March 22, 2009   Link

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