"Walking In Circles" as written by and Maria Diane Taylor Orenda Corrinne Fink....
Sinking eyes, heavy spirit
Your drifting mind
We lament with the passing of time
Hoping we never show it

Swallow these words from your mouth
I thought I was strong
Until my strength wore out
I was chasing this shadow as if
I didn't create it

It was long, long, long enough
I had lost sight of what it's worth
It was long, long, long enough

Do you want to be named
In the end as the hunter or game
You hurt or you're hurt, it's the same
There's still part of you dying

And where have you been?
Did you look, did you take it all in?
Are you walking in circles again?
Like you've lost the horizon

It was long, long, long enough
I was lost in a flash of light
It was long, long, long enough


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    General Commentagreed with kateejo17, and also:

    *SWALLOW these words from your mouth
    *YOU HURT BUT WHAT YOU hurt is the same

    and during the "There's still a part of me dying," it sounds like one is singing "me" and the other is singing "you"
    diphthongon August 14, 2011   Link

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