Well if I knew then what I know now
Things would be different
But what can I say it happens like this
Most of the time for me
If I could be sure things would go well
Just like the people in movies
Well I would go home and I would wash up
And I would come over to your house

But most of the time
I’m walking with cement shoes
(Dragging my troubles behind)
And most of the time
You’re walking too close to me, yeah
And most of the time
I’m counting the rest of this year
There’s nowhere to go
So why can’t I get there from here

There’s nothing to say there’s nothing to win
It’s just the way it is
I’d like to be brave I’d like to make up
I just can’t do it again
If I could be sure we would have trust
Just like two people in Kansas
Well I would go home and I would wash up
And I would come over to your house

But most of the time
I’m walking with cement shoes
(Dragging my troubles behind)
But most of the time
You’re walking right next to me, yeah
And most of the time
I’m counting the rest of this year
There’s nowhere to go
So why can’t I get there from here
So why can’t I get there from here

But what can I say it happens like this
Most of the time for me
And most of the time
I’m walking with cement shoes
(Dragging my troubles behind)
But most of the time
I’m counting the rest of this year
There’s nowhere to go
So why can’t I get there from here
So why can’t I get there from here
So why can’t I get there from here


Lyrics submitted by JoshuaGnz

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