"Stories With Unhappy Endings" as written by Andrew Iain Bews, Colin Iain Doran, Andrew Iain Elliot Gilmour, Laurence John Hibbit and Paul John Townsend....
Why tread so carefully?
For the fourth time I am okay
It pleases when you hear more
Stories with unhappy endings

Is your life so prefect that you would not fall down with crushed humility?
The sorrows of others that fuels you to judge us a waste of all energy

These are my words for you so listen carefully stand still
Advice is always genius negativity it's all that you do
This is a mixture of clouded out takes

I stopped treading carefully
I told you I was fucking fine
In trying to communicate
You sit there with covered ears

Do you have the grounds to shed tears when I'm trying to get through to you?
It has to be said as we've done this before and I won't go through it all again with you

These are my words for you so listen carefully stand still
Advice is always genius negatively it's all you do
This is a mixture of clouded out takes
With you burned this bases on what you said to me
Come on


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"Stories with Unhappy Endings" as written by Andrew Iain Elliot Gilmour Andrew Iain Bews

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    General Commentno one has commented? wow! great song... not too good at really speaking about lyrics, so i wont :D
    TooL88on September 27, 2007   Link

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