This is the question of
How you will break and how much it will cost you
How much it may to relive all the good times
And to replace of normalcy

This is your life
And it's running out minute by minute
As the sun goes down
You've got a dream with a little bit more self-doubt
Another chance you'll never take
You spent your best five years playing dead tired
Trying to get ahead
All you get was a little bit older
And a big TV
Don't you wish you could take it back?
Say so long to all your dreams, hello, dependency
'Cause there's never a better time to put this off
And have all the things you can never get away from

This is the good life, or so you think
It's the next big promotion, the next big thing
Until you're worn out and wishing you could escape
Another night of normalcy

The girl who you met when you went to the bars
Is a couple years younger
But it's cool so far, she's got some new tattoos
And you've got scars a life of complacency

She's stayed the past two nights and
Made you feel real again
She won't solve anything
Like thinking of the problems you wish you didn't have

This is where you make your peace with
Bigger-than-life fathers and
High school neighborhood best friends
Would you rather go through life
As someone asking questions
Or someone questioning the answers?

This is your house
You can burn it down
If you want to
This is your house
You can burn it down
If you want to


Lyrics submitted by BleedorBreathe

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