He said he had to ride away
On his highway of good fortune
That would be his way
To an endless pursuit for love
He said it was never really bona fide
Well that was news to me
I sat and watched him feed that road train
With all his heart and soul you see
He said ‘you broke my heart
When I loved you the most’
His love for me was endless
Til the end blew up in smoke
Our romance was high school ideal
Every day was ‘I love you back’
I broke his heart with one kiss
After 2 years I owed him more than that
It’s the rhythm at the end
In a circle of good faith
Maybe one day I’ll make love
Tell it to my face
If the end is near
Tell me I am wrong
Cos my story starts and ends
Living my life alone
He said I was good looking
Like the sun burnt sky
Well jealousy cursed him
Every second promise was a lie
Everything I dreamed of
Long trips out of town
He sent me far away
I thank god he got me out
Used to hate it how you’d hide it
And I hated how you’d say
You’d rather live you life alone
Than break your heart again
No I ain’t afraid of dying
And I ain’t afraid to live
Cos three bad grains on this sea of sand
Will never make me give in
If the end is near
Tell me where I go wrong
Cos my story starts and ends
Living my life all alone
No I ain’t afraid of dying
And I ain’t afraid to live
So these three bad grains on this bed of sand will never make me give in
Three bad grains on this bed of sand will never make me give in
Three bad grains on this sea of sand will never make me give in


Lyrics submitted by SarahWalker

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