Living on the edge
Too quick to stop and think things through
Gets old, gets old
Held against revenge
My heart beats pounding memories
Words itch my bones

Faced with loneliness
Self medicate to clog my head
Clouds fill my lungs
No sense of self respect
Knees to the floor, I beg for help
Under my breath

And this wasn't part of my plan
Never said goodbye to my hometown
No more room for silly lies
Can't defend myself but I had faith in God that time
It's time to make my move through you

Ladies and gentlemen
I pulled the needle through the thread
This is the end
15 months of abstinence
Willing to go to any length to keep this gift

I've reached for a better place
Life hugs me with a warm embrace
It pulls me in

And this wasn't part of my plan
Never said goodbye to my hometown
No more room for silly lies
Can't defend myself but I had faith in God that time
It's time to make my move through you

I'm feeling better now
Can't stop me. can't bring me down
I'm feeling better now
Can't stop me. can't bring me down
I'm feeling better now
Can't stop me. can't bring me down
I'm feeling better now
Can't stop me. can't bring me down
I'm feeling better now
Can't stop me. can't bring me down

And this wasn't part of my plan
Never said goodbye to my hometown
No more room for silly lies
Can't defend myself but I had faith in God that time


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