I've been gone for a million miles and all I knew
was this song about victory and guilt.
Here's my house and here is my guitar, the song I knew.
I don't have to prove what I found.

It's the last resort that I've found and now I take the vow.
Would I dare to see what I believe.
Or is it a scheme that no one can see?

And of course there's so much more to this that I could say.
All in all it's just a piece of it I give.
I don't mind cause I've been gone for a million miles.
What I knew almost made me a fool.

It's the last resort that I've found and now I take the vow.
I'll listen up. Keep my trouble and stuff.
Like when I sing, I can take anything.


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