"Un(en)titled" as written by and Michael Brook....
He awakes in the light
A new day, a blessing
Was it worth the fight?
Getting through the night?
'Cause yesterday all was lost, everything
Counting the cost: everything
Save this new day
While he's dressing

You're not entitled to anything
You're not entitled to anything

She wears a new watch on her wrist
A tattooed watch, hammered in by a fist
And I think, "Why would you do that?"
"Why would you want to remind yourself
That all that matters is time?"

You're not entitled to anything
We're not entitled to anything

The more that I'm living
The more something seems to say
What has been given
Can be taken away
And if you knew
What transpired at that moment of death
You wouldn't waste time not loving
You wouldn't squander it on regret
So own this moment
'Cause you are not promised the next
Live it, sink in it
'Cause last time I checked
We were not

Entitled
We're not entitled to anything
I'm not entitled to anything
No we're not entitled

[Alternate additional lyrics:
Not a thing, not a song
Not a moment that's one year long
Not a thing, not a song
Not a year a minute long]

And all that matters is
Nothing that matters in
The grand ole context of time


Lyrics submitted by fishleader

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