And will we ever feel that way again?
Like, we were so close
that we could live inside of one another's skin.
Like we all showed up in this town to make something new and good begin.
Will we ever be able to call one another
my my surrogate sister or brother without
being kinda cynical about its implications?
Well, past few years..
I guess they've been pretty weird,
i'm sure i left cause i was bored,
or maybe scared of what it means
when something little comes between you
and everything you ever hoped or worked for.
But now all i can say is "friend dont go away,
you know it kills me when we leave."
but when i'm 9 hours on a bus,
i look at photographs of us and
i truley do believe its what we need;
to go back to Portland but
even anywhere in france,
and find that shiver for your spine
to keep you growing like a vine,
and baby never stick too close to your plans.
And the best books of our lives are
being written all the time but
not even one of them is anywhere close to finished yet.


Lyrics submitted by speakerspeakerphone

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    General Commentthe question marks are 'shiver for your spine'

    and its 'kinda cynical about its implications'
    knobolderon June 18, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthanks, i fixed it.
    speakerspeakerphoneon June 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThese lyrics are incredibly similar to "Will We Ever" by Your Heart Breaks...
    figureeighton August 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentSuch a beautiful song!
    SkylinePigeonon November 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is called "Will We Ever..." btw
    skaskaskaskaon December 21, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's called "Everything We Ever Hoped and Worked For"

    Will We was the Demo title,

    also, this is a cover of Your Heart Breaks, but it's the same guy. Theo Hilton, or Theo Zumm.
    BashTheFashon February 19, 2010   Link

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