I’ve got no condolence for you
It’s all been built to break
From your body to the car you drive
With your friends, in your relationships
Or trying to save your family
Yeah, when we were young
We thought we knew everything
You learn the hard way later
That your hands are never strong enough to hold onto the things you need

Everything falls apart
And it will take more than your innocence
Everything falls apart
You’ve got to hold onto the memories

And now the American dream
Is a plan only a fool would make
You blame your parents for the first half of your life
And then the second half on your kids
The pain felt from long lost loved ones
We know nothing good can stay
Just try to smile through the good times
And make it through the bad, 'cause you never know where you’ll be

When everything falls apart
It will take more than your innocence
Everything falls apart
You’ve got to hold onto the memories

It’s a gamble every single day from the rising sun to the dusk, time’s wastes away
How to find a try and move forward while your life is crumbling
And maybe all we can do is undo what we’ve already done
Yeah, maybe all we can do is undo what we’ve already done
We’ve already done

When it’s all been said and done
What can we really change?
We’re always going to have problems
But maybe we can be something for someone else to ease the pain

When everything falls apart
It’ll take more than your innocence
Everything falls apart
You’ve got to hold onto the memories

Everything falls apart (x4)


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