"Divine Intervention" as written by and Adam Burbank/mascherino Lazzara....
Despondent, distracted,
You're vicious and romantic;
These are a few of my favorite things.
All of those favors and this is what you choose.
Pass the blues, pass the blues,
And onto something new.

Something real,
Make it timeless.
An act of God and nothing less will be accepted.
So if you're calling me out,
Then count me out.

You were stubborn and melodramatic,
A real class act.
You see I know a few of your favorite things.
Five in the morning and out comes out pouring love
Out the same way in.

Something real,
Make it timeless.
An act of God and nothing less will be accepted.
So if you're calling me out,
Then count me out.

Something real,
Make it timeless.
An act of God and nothing less will be accepted.
I said real,
Make it timeless.
An act of God and nothing less will be accepted.
So if you're calling me out
Then count me out.


Lyrics submitted by remembermaine

"Divine Intervention" as written by Edward Reyes Adam Burbank Lazzara

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commenti think this song is how working through a relationship and love in itself is an act of god. its like how you always hear true love is timeless and is real. idk when you are in highschool this song just makes sense
    spunknuttson October 26, 2008   Link

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