"The Design" as written by Kimberley Kenneth Benzie and Forrester Savell....
I remember the day
Of the moment
We stepped back
And drew a line
There is no more to taste
Through this window of mine
Please step back I'm coming home
Stop, I want more
If only I could choose
Which way it falls I'm over it
The end of all I know
Is just a footstep further away
And it's alright
You remember the day that we failed the design
Staring back
We drew a line
All these things I'm forgetting
I'll change
It's been too long
I am all for beginnings
I'll change
I wanna be the one who says
You thought I completed you
Here this circle ends
We've fed enough from this
We failed
The design

Lyrics submitted by BrEnNo1023

"The Design" as written by Forrester Savell Kimberley Kenneth Benzie

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    Lyric CorrectionEven though in the official lyrics booklet it says "AND it's alright" at the end of the chorus, I still think it's "BUT", not "and" :/
    60_miles_an_houron May 21, 2010   Link
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    General CommentYes, I wanted to enter it as it was in the booklet, BUT it is most definitely BUT. In the first chorus he only says 'It's alright' the next is really muffled, and the third chorus, before the long bridge, he pauses and then says BUT it's alright.
    There are a few spelling mistakes in the booklet, but i didn't think they'd get that wrong. It was a difficult choice; choosing between what's written in the book, and what's sung in the song. Both are just as genuine as the other :S

    It's done anyways ^^
    BrEnNo1023on June 12, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI noticed some mistakes in the lyrics booklet, too! And yeah, I know what you mean. I agree with you about what he's saying lol. I find it strange that they got it wrong in the booklet *shrug* Oh well! :)
    60_miles_an_houron June 12, 2010   Link

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