"Ordinary Son" as written by and Kristian Stockhaus Frode Flatland....
How do I shake things up? do I?
What's wrong with this scene that I'm trying so hard to act out?
And do these things add, up at all?
What's up with this grace that I'm trying to obtain tonight?

You know
It's so
There's days then there's days like this
And so
You know
You stare and you stare and go

How do you feel my love? At all?
You can reveal it sometime in the depths of my spine you know.
Can you forgive my words, for now?
It is hard not to wake with your face full of cake in lies.

You know
It's so
There's days and there's days like this.
And so
You know
You stare and you stare and go

We can go, where we belong
I need it so, you saw it long ago
I'm not an ordinary son
I'm not an ordinary son

We can go, where we belong
I need it so, you saw it long ago
I'm not an ordinary son
I'm not an ordinary son

We can not deny that we're a mess
Sure and fire ride inside a chest
We can not deny where we belong
Must be why that I am holding on
You can not deny that I'm the rest
I can not deny that your the best
Must be why our names are truly best
Must be why I worry less and less

We can go, where we belong
I need it so, you saw it long ago
I'm not an ordinary son
I'm not an ordinary son

We can go, where we belong
I need it so, you saw it long ago
I'm not an ordinary son
I'm not an ordinary son

We can go, where we belong
I need it so, you saw it long ago
I'm not an ordinary son
I'm not an ordinary!!!!!!

There's days then there's days like this
You stare and you stare and go


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"Ordinary Son" as written by Kristian Stockhaus Frode Flatland

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