"I'd Lose Myself" as written by Tim Brennan, Aaron Brown, Mark Palacz and Mark Sutor....
Now a note brings a tear to my eye
I can feel, can remember the time
I got locked up, I forgot about breaking down
We remained to sew it together
I talk outside
The drinks are held throughout of our minds
At twenty-two thinking
Realize it's all worthwhile

Would you run away?
Would you come with me, maybe
To feel alive again?

And wait, wait, wait
The cold hits us in the face
I say let's disappear till the morning
Let's take it all in
Forget when the night began

Your hair is wet
Glistening in the moonlight
Horizon is our radiance shown on the water below
With life alone

I don't know why
But I wish that maybe
I could lose myself
I don't know why I lost the drive
I let it drift apart
Gotta get back to a place
Not thinking what I say from the start

Would you run away?
Would you come with me, maybe
To feel alive again?
So what do you say?
Would you follow me, baby?
Let's feel alive again

I'm overcome with the sayings
My head's lifting and yours agrees
Well, this is right
You know it's right
Let's make this work tonight

I don't know why
But I wish that maybe
I could lose myself
I don't know why I lost the drive
I let it drift apart
Gotta get back to a place
Not thinking what I say from the start

Would you run away?
Would you come with me, maybe
To feel alive again?
So what do you say?
Would you follow me, baby?
Let's feel alive again


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    General Commenti got...

    "The drinks are held throughout of our minds"

    and...

    "Your hair is wet, glistening in the moonlight
    Horizon is our radience show on the water below
    With life alone"
    fedorov1fanon July 27, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMore people should know about this band.
    Batmanfan45on April 19, 2008   Link

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