"Fugitive" as written by Keith Prior, Robert Martin Malone and David Gray....
Yeah yeah

Is the answer none of the above
Crouched in a whole like a mud-streaked fugitive
And everyday a different version of
Pourin' it away like a water through a sieve

Hey better realize my friend
Love in the end now you can't take it well
Gotta live

If only for a second
I see a twinklin' in your eye
Gotta try

Well its flesh and blood and camouflage
Paint it to the wall now somethings gotta give
Just another right to sabotage
Seein' through the eyes of a mind-rot sedative

When will you realize my friend
Love in the end now you can't take it well
Gotta live

If only for a second
I see a twinklin' in your eye
Gotta try
The one that you're forsaken
Surely more than just a lie
Yeah

When will you realize my friend
Love in the end now you can't take it well
Gotta live

If only for a second
I see a twinklin' in your eye
Gotta try
The one that you're forsaken
Surely more than just a lie
Gotta try
It's for the taken
And you know not to testify
Gotta try
Everyday is a different version of


Lyrics submitted by sens_freak_18

"Fugitive" as written by Kunley Mccarthy Andre Gray

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General Commentthis song is about having a glimmer of hope
    lengthwise24on January 08, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI agree legthwise24! great track, Im surprised no one else has commented on this track
    I also think its about the uncertainty of life and how we just have to take life as it comes.
    cgullon October 16, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI seen David Gray live on one of the morning shows when this song was first released and he explained the song was about Binladen and his demise.
    David Gray has great music, the lyrics and the meanings are a little difficult to comprehend tho..
    Cookie65on July 05, 2013   Link

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