"Incomplete and Insecure" as written by and Robert William Crawford Timothy Seth Avett....
I haven't finished a thing since I started my life
I don't feel much like starting now
Walking down lonely has worked like a charm
I'm the only one I have to let down

But watching you makes me think that that is wrong

I can go on with my insecure nature
I can keep living off sympathy
I can tell all the people that all of the success
Is a direct reflection on me

But watching you makes me think that that is wrong

What is important
What's really important
Am I not to know by my name
Will I ever know silence without mental violence
With a ringing that might go away

It's up to you my father called on me

I haven't finished a thing since I started my life
I don't feel much like starting now
I haven't finished a thing since I started my life
I don't feel much like starting now
I haven't finished a thing since I started my life
I don't feel much like starting now
I haven't finished a thing since I started my life
I don't feel much like starting now
I haven't finished a thing since I started my life
I haven't finished a thing since I started my life


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"Incomplete and Insecure" as written by Scott Yancey Avett Robert William Crawford

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    General Commenti hear: "will the ringing at night go away," rather than, "with a ringing it might go away"...
    TheWrongGirlon December 09, 2009   Link

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