"Vanity" as written by Derek Stipe, Kevin Stipe, Justin Blythe and Stephen Kent Rector....
Feeling low again
Insignificant
My thoughts and fears overcome my mind
I find that there's no easy way
To run from everything that's haunting me
I'm looking in the mirror for a smile
Nothing is returned no matter how hard I try
Could this be the last time
I look in the mirror at all

Will I say goodbye
And throw it all away
Or give it all to You

But I don't want to die
These tears that I cry
My pain is a child of my vanity

Now it's sinking in
And I can't defend
The broken man that I've become
I find there's nothing here that I
Made for myself and why
I let it fall apart
Again looking in the mirror for a smile
Nothing is returned no matter how hard I try
Could this be the last time
I look for You at all

Will I say goodbye
And throw it all away
Or give it all to You

But I don't want to die
These tears that I cry
My pain is a child of my vanity

But what I can't see
Is what You see inside me
Help to see
What You see inside me

But I don't want to die
My pain is a child of my vanity
Of my vanity


Lyrics submitted by Zanzir

"Vanity" as written by Justin Blythe Derek Stipe

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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