"Wasted Time?" as written by Angelo T. Petraglia, Ivan Nathan Followill and Anthony Caleb Followill....
The dream is over, no one's to take the blame
We believed in roses, but only thorns remained

When I look into the rear view mirror
We create and we destroy
Put our blood into a street with a dead end
Walk up that stairway to jump off into the black
Here we go

We go all the way, do we need the pain?
Waking up in a black tomorrow
I've been there before, was it all wasted again?
We go all the way, do we need the pain?
Waking up in a black tomorrow
I've been there before, was it all just wasted time?

Maybe I am different, maybe I'm a fool
And I wonder if it's worth it, trying to find another you

And I look into the rear view mirror
Just to see how fucked I look
While I drive along that street with a dead end.
Like a moth to the flame
It's gonna suck me into pain
Still we go

We go all the way, do we need the pain?
Waking up in a black tomorrow
I've been there before, was it all wasted again?
We go all the way, do we need the pain?
Waking up in a black tomorrow
I've been there before, was it all just wasted time?

What are we heading for?
What do I dare again?
Once beaten, twice shy
And still we haven't learned

So here I'm lying
A leisure-poet in pain
Involuntary loner
I know that life is just a game

But nobody gets out alive
A sedative shot for me
No happy man gets out alive
Neither of us you will see

We go all the way, do we need the pain?
Waking up in a black tomorrow
I've been there before, was it all wasted again?
We go all the way, do we need the pain?
Waking up in a black tomorrow
I've been there before, was it all just wasted time?


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"Wasted Time" as written by Caleb Followill Nathan Followill

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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