"Run Every Time" as written by and Gavin/frampton Degraw....
I got troubles that I can’t hide
So many and it’s turning me on inside out
I know a woman’s nature
There’s nothing you can save here
Me, I run every time

We got two tickets but they're one way
And I went with it so I can’t say no
I lit a fuse I can’t stop
I opened doors I can’t lock
Still, I never meant to be this close

And let it slip away
I keep stumbling till I finally miss the last train
Ooh, she’s ready, I’m not ready
I hear people go crazy for steady
But me, I run every time

So I told her get a head start
Like the last one I didn’t have the heart
To tell her straight
I know how she’ll receive it
And I can’t bear to see it
That’s why I never meant to be this close

And let it slip away
I keep stumbling till I finally miss the last train
Ooh, she’s ready, I’m not ready
I hear people go crazy for steady
But me, I run every time

And I hope she sees
It’s not her, it’s just me
And I’m so sorry
To be this close

And let it slip away
I keep stumbling till I finally miss the last train
Ooh, she’s ready, I’m not ready
I hear people go crazy for steady
But me, I run every time

I’m close and let it slip away
I keep dragging my feet till I finally miss the last train
Ooh, she’s ready, I’m not ready
I hear people go crazy for steady
But me, I run every time
I run every time
I run every time I’m close


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"Run Every Time" as written by Gavin Degraw Andrew Frampton

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    Song MeaningI think it is about someone so close to making that "next step" for some reason and they run every time. Unfortunetly Im the exact the same
    MojoMelvon May 25, 2012   Link

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