On time

You lock the house
You slam the door
You do it so hard your fingers are sore
I've seen you act
This way before
Just once before

You know, you're right
Turn out the lights
Maybe we can make it through the night
I hold my tongue
I pay the price
It's a sacrifice

But one two three
We're family
Like an apple falling from a tree
And if you cry
Then I can't sleep
And I won't rest until you're lying next to me
I have to say, I used to feel a lot like you
Not long ago

You went to school
You were so young
Don't forget where it is you came from
I used to worry that I'd never be someone
Not long ago

You learned the rules
You learned them twice
No-one got somewhere by being nice
You did your best
To get in fights
When you wanted more

But one two three
We're family
Like an apple falling softly from that godforsaken tree
And if you cry
Then I can't sleep
And I won't rest until you're lying next to me
I have to say, I used to feel a lot like you
Not long ago

I have to say, I used to feel a lot like you
Not long ago


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Circus Heart Pt. 2 song meanings
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