"View from the Pavement" as written by and Fischer Lyle Workman....
I've fallen down so many times
I know the view from the pavement.
You say the pleasure in the pain's not hard to find.
I would ask you to take one minute

To explain why the taste of my pain has no pleasure at all.
It's vile
To believe that it's easy to see that you're above it all
By miles.

You are the one desire,
Dismantles all my shame.
I'm falling down again.

Well, it's a trip-down fall just to test my stability.
I'm always late on the come-back.
But if all the time, I knew just what to say,
I would ask you to take one minute

To explain why the taste of my pain has no pleasure at all.
It's vile
To believe that it's easy to see that you're above it all
By miles.

You are the one desire,
Dismantles all my shame.
You are the one desire,
I'm falling down again.

I fall again,
I fall again,
I thought I could learn.
I fall again,
I fall again,
I wish I could learn.

You are the one desire,
Dismantles all my shame.

I fall again,
I fall again,
I thought I could learn.
I fall again,
I fall again,
I wish I could learn.
I thought I could learn.
I wish I could learn.
I thought I could learn.


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"View from the Pavement" as written by Lyle Workman Fischer

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