I guess I'm tired of this running, this running around
back to where I've been coming from, feet on the ground.
It's not like it's living, sticking to safety nets,
still so unforgiving; maybe tomorrow I'll get...

And I am so tired
I can barely hear you coming in
tonight.

So we spin in our circles, and turn back again
looking for a purpose and a way to fit in.
Must've lost all our memories and left them behind
in the blink of a moment and a last sunrise.

And I am so tired
I can barely hear you coming in.
These lights are so bright,
I can barely see you; are we all right
tonight?

And I am so tired
I can barely hear you coming in.
These lights are so bright,
I can barely see you; are we all right?
And I am so tired...

I guess I'm just tired of this running,
this running around.


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