"Casting Lines" as written by and Andrew Mcmahon....
You learn to run, you learn to race
Through life's unforgiving pace
These lines we're tracing to the truth
And stepping over endless cracks
I navigate these crooked paths
But all my roads lead back to you

And who are we to argue fate
And who is time to make us wait
I'm standing here with nothing left to prove

And we're still coming home
A thread through the unknown
Yeah, all the lines we cast into forever
Got tangled like some wreckage in the road
A road we walked alone but all the time
That's passed held us together
And all the lines we cast will bring us home
It's a long way but I'm coming home

And all the time I kept the score
I never grasped what love was for
You, you always gave me what I need
To know it's true and still
I strive to break the bonds and raise the sky
You tear the soil from the sea

But who am I to argue fate
Nd who are you to walk away
I'm standing here with nothing left to prove

And we're still coming home
A thread through the unknown
All the lines we cast into forever
Got tangled like some wreckage in the road
A road we walked alone
But all the time that's passed held us together
And all the lines we cast will bring us home
It's a long way but I'm coming home to you

And who are we to argue fate
And who am I to think this way
I'm standing here with nothing left to lose

And we're still coming home,
A thread through the unknown
Yeah, all the lines we cast into forever
Will come back when the weather hits the road
The road we walked alone
But all the time that's passed held us together
And all the lines we cast will bring us home
It's a long way but I'm coming home

You learn to run
You learn to race through life's unforgiving pace
These lines we're tracing to the truth


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"Casting Lines" as written by Andrew Ross Mcmahon

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    Lyric CorrectionYou learn to run, you learn to race,
    Through life, this unforgiving pace,
    These lines are tracing to the truth.
    And stepping over endless cracks,
    I navigate these crooked paths,
    But all my roads lead back to you.

    And who are we to argue fate and,
    Who is time to make us wait,
    I'm standing here with nothing left to prove,
    And we're still coming home.

    A thread through the unknown,
    Yeah, all the lines we cast in to forever,
    git tangled like some wreckage in the road.
    A road we walked alone,
    But all the time that's passed on us together,
    And all the lines we cast will bring us home.
    It's a long way but I'm coming home.

    All this time I kept the score,
    I never grasped what love is for,
    You, you always gave me what I need.
    To know it's true and still ask why,
    To break the bonds and raise the sky,
    You tear the soil from the sea.

    But who am I to argue fate and,
    Who are you to walk away?
    I'm standing here with nothing left to prove,
    And were still coming home.

    A thread through the unknown,
    And all the lines we cast in to forever,
    Are tangled like some wreckage in the road.
    A road we walked alone,
    But all the time that's passed on us together,
    And all the lines we cast will bring us home.
    It's a long way but im coming home to you.

    And who are we to argue fate and,
    Who am i to think this way?
    I'm standing here with nothing left to lose,
    and were still coming home.

    A thread through the unknown,
    And all the lines we cast in to forever,
    Will come back when the weather hits the road.
    A road we walked along,
    And all the time thats passed on us together,
    And all the lines we cast will bring us home.
    It's a long way but I'm coming home.

    You learn to run, you learn to race
    Through life, this unforgiving pace,
    These lines are tracing to the truth.
    AmeliaJeanon October 01, 2011   Link

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