"Rest Your Head" as written by Paul Herman, Christopher Baker, Neil Richard Claxton and Grant Blackstone....
Sorry for the pain you're in
All the lacked up people that clipped your wings
I'm sorry for the feelings that left you twisted

Sorry for the love you lost
Thought you spent it on things that never returned
I'm sorry

Sorry that you wouldn't believe
All the love from your friends that you couldn't receive
I'm sorry your miracle girl is rested

Sorry that the light burned out
You tried to hold on for the fear of the doubt
I'm sorry, I'm sorry

Sorry that they broke your crown
Took your heart and put you down

I'm sorry for the price to pay
I'm sorry, sorry

Sorry that the skies fell in
And the stars and moon left your eyes
Sorry I changed my mind about you

Sorry that the lines didn't meet
Full of story pages that are incomplete
I'm sorry for the precious times I wasted

Those city lights, will burn your eyes
They're lighting fires, all the way to downtown
Journey's long, we're on our own
I'll keep you warm, all the way to downtown

Those city lights, will burn your eyes
They're lighting fires, all the way to downtown
Journey's long, we're on our own
I'll keep you warm, all the way to downtown

Rest your head from weariness, oh
Rest your head from breaking your bones
Rest your head from weariness, oh
Rest your head rest your head, oh

Rest your head from weariness, oh
Rest your head from breaking your bones
Rest your head from weariness, oh
Rest your head rest your head, oh


Lyrics submitted by Firesuite, edited by random_monkey

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    General CommentThis song is amazing..
    It's gotten me through many hard times.
    BrightestEyes7on August 31, 2009   Link

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