"Moving Forward" as written by and Samuel Lloyd Duckworth....
I'm wide, I'm wide awake at night
And my mind's preoccupied and the silence won't reside
Or resolve the feelings that exist because it's easy to dismiss
And it's harder to get heard.

And I wish that I was stronger than the people that you meet
And I wish that you were lost without me
And though the more I think about it the easier it seems
I'll just be fine so here's to moving forward

Were we made as corresponding shapes?
Our two pieces tessellate
Were we designed to fit as one?
And it's with patience that I wait,
as these romantic notions take my dignity and tact.

Chorus repeat

And as the sun sets on this now
You'll be the one I thought about
And as the sun sets on this now
You'll be the one I thought about

Chorus repeat


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    General Commentthis song means alot to me it helped me get over my long term girlfriend.
    i think this song is pritty much about that just moving on with life no matter what. :)
    harwin101on March 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commentin the same boat as harwin ... helping me get over a long term gf. Its a song of hope for the future, but still hanging on to a thread of her:

    'I still wish you were lost without me'

    He still really likes her. But knows he's gotta move on because she probably is ... great song for a post break up
    Dan184on May 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI went to see him a while ago back when this album first came out, and he said he wrote this song about a girl only it didn't work out but by the time this came around it was too late for him to take the song out of the album. But the way the song is written kind of suggests that it didn't work anyway so...
    I don't know haha. But either way, it's an amazing song.
    ChezFluxon February 10, 2010   Link

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