"Is It My Fault?" as written by and Arthur Carl Enders Jeffrey Matthew Kummer....
All I know is I want it gone
It's wasting my time with all it wants
Well if it's a game well then I'm done
You know you don't win when you play for fun
But I'm all in this one

Timing was good to me
The lonely old man who was always lost and sold everything
And if it's a game well then I played it well
Running away with a pot of gold from somebody's guilt, somebody's guilt

It's time for me to move away
To pack it up and run with Grace
Along the way I treat myself
With some new lungs to clear my chest

Timing was good to me
The lonely old man who was always lost and sold everything
And if it's a game well then I played it well
Low and behold I never know when to quit

I'm going in, I'm throwing down
I'm coming out to start from scratch
Just to get beat again

Timing was good to me
The lonely old man who was always lost and sold everything
And if it's a game well then I played it well
Is it my fault I never know when to quit?






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    General Commentgreatest song ever written. preiod.
    dammit182on November 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is a great song, there isn't a bad song by the early november.
    CrackersZekeon September 28, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think this an epic and I've only heard it once. Ace Enders is just superman.
    tommyhaychon March 10, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about not giving up even when you know you will probably never win. You think about giving up, but you get your satisfaction from knowing you tried until you died. There is no happiness without struggle. At least that's what it means to me.
    jordalshon August 31, 2010   Link

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