"Own True Way" as written by Chris Trapper, Alan Doyle and Sean Mc Cann....
It's takes a lot to get to the top
And a little just to fall off quick
And I think I've seen you here before

Sometimes you fly so high
So fast it makes you sick
You won the battle, lost the war

But I don't mind if you say
Every time you talk to me
Every time we talk

[Chorus:]
We came, we saw
We conquered and crumbled
In our own true way
We loved, we fought
We rocked and we tumbled
In our own true way

Well, I believe in brotherhood
And the good of all mankind
Though I admit it's hard to find

But if you want to talk, just come and knock
It don't matter what the time
Solitude is no friend of mine

And I don't mind if you say
Every time you talk to me
Every time we talk

[Chorus]

I don't mind
It's hard to be from a rock in the sea
Livin' in a big steel town
Finding unfamiliar faces all around

You heard 'em tell stupid jokes
You heard 'em laugh every time you spoke
But you don't let nobody put you down

But I don't mind if you say
Every time you talk to me
Every time you talk to me
Every time we talk

[Chorus]

In our own true way
And I don't mind
If you say


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"Own True Way" as written by Chris Trapper Alan Doyle

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