The cliff was vast, and the view was grim
I swore to god that I'd never take that leap again.
Her voice called to me like thunder in my ears
It woke my soul that retired itself ago.
And I've gone home now (and I've gone home now.)
Do you believe?(Do you believe?)
It's not worth it to bring love down
it's not worth it to offer yourself.
What good is a view if you don't put it to rest sometime?
And how much abuse would I take before I draw the line?
I'm finally alive and and it feels so good to say,
She is mine, she is all mine.
We were moving fast and we were living in the clouds above us.
Here's to never touching ground again.
Her voice called to me like thunder in my ears
It woke my soul that retired itself ago.
and I've gone home now (and I've gone home now.)
Do you believe?(Do you believe?)
It's not worth it to bring love down
it's not worth it to offer yourself.
What good is a view if you don't put it to rest sometime?
and how much abuse would I take before I draw the line?
I'm finally alive and and it feels so good to say
she is mine. she is all mine.
You're beautiful. You're all mine.
Finally it's my turn. Finally it's my turn.
What good is a view if you don't put it to rest sometime?
and how much abuse would I take before I draw the line?
I'm finally alive and and it feels so good to say
she is mine. she is all mine.


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