"The City Blurs Your Eyes" as written by and Samuel John William Harvey Lee Irons....
Starting to talk about too much
If only I’d stayed silent
I just wanna share my dark thoughts with you

Waiting for daylight to end
Where we can be anything now
You tell me what’s right or wrong
And just turn away

It’s like I’m standing at your doorway
You are with a boy
Who’s always had everything easy

Should get in your way
Get in your way, now
You throw these words right through me
Oh, they mean nothing to me

You get in your way
Get in your way, now
You throw these words right through me
Oh, they mean nothing to me

Starting to think this was fun
Watching from my window
The city blurs your eyes to white light

Now I’m standing right beside you
I don’t feel any closer
You tell me what’s right or wrong
And then turn away

It’s like I’m standing at your doorway
You are with a boy
Who’s always had everything easy

Should get in your way
Get in your way, now
You throw these words right through me
Oh, they mean nothing to me

You get in your way
Get in your way, now
You throw these words right through me
Oh, they mean nothing to me

They mean nothing to me



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