"Walk The Line" as written by George Astasio, Jason Andrew Pebworth, Amethyst Amelia Kelly, Jonathan Christopher Shave, Kurtis Isaac Mckenzie and Jon Turner....
This is how the sun's shining through me
Nothing I can touch but what I see
Nothing's real but what's around me?
'Cause pain and gain and loss and shame
Are all the same, they're all the same

Baby baby, so divine, turning water into wine
Baby baby, walk the line, everyday till you unwind
Baby baby, like a swine, everyday till you are mine

Is everybody lost in the fog?
Or is my head all full of steam, alright
I've never seen things disappear like this
And all the scenes and all the dreams
Are only schemes, only schemes

Yeah, it's only love I miss
Love and lies and neurosis
God, I hope the ground falls out
So I learn what I'm about
Oh, it hurts so fucking much sometimes

There's something about my heart
You see lately it's falling apart
But I see, I see the glue
Baby, between me and you, me and you
I see the glue, me and you

Well, that's how the sun's burning through me
Nothing I can touch but what I see
Nothing's real but what's around me?
Pain and gain and loss and shame
Are all the same, they're all the same

Baby baby, so divine, turning water into wine
Baby baby, walk the line, till the day that you unwind

Yeah, it's only love I miss
Love and lies and neurosis


Lyrics submitted by Screwjack, edited by BlueDiamondx3

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    My Opinioni like when he sings "it hurts so fucking much sometimes," i mean, just the emotion in his voice. i like the compilation version better than the one on their own record.
    80smoviesguyon March 24, 2009   Link

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