"Walking on Water" as written by Branden Galvin Langhals, John William Mcginty and Mark Robert Woodbridge....
No one saw this coming.
I’m sure that their hearts were beating.
Will life go on?
Can I still breathe without you?
I hope you’re ready for this.
It wasn’t me waiting- the words you spoke,
the games were playing.
I hope you’re ready for me to walk away.
And no one thought we’d end up like this
and I cannot begin to tell you it’s over.
Without you is just as easy.
I feel like a God. I’m walking on water.
You calm me down with all your words.
I’m never second guessing a day about you-
until you try and hide.
I gave you everything I had
and the world knows you’ll never see it again,
so I’ll see you in hell.
It wasn’t me waiting the words you spoke.
The games we’re playing.
I hope for ready for me to walk away.
And no one thought we’d end up like this.
And I cannot begin to tell you it’s over.
Without you is just as easy.
I feel like a God. I’m walking on water.
You won’t tear me down.
No, you’ll wind up blinded by your own mind.
So stop thinking you’ve won


Lyrics submitted by dynosauruno

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    General CommentThis song is fucking amazing, can't believe that no one has posted about it yet!

    It's about someone who just got out of a relationship. The person he broke up with expected him to be all shook up and depressed about the breakup. While obviously not happy, he is not destroyed, he's realized that he can move on.
    ajc1neon December 20, 2008   Link

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