"Found My Rosebud" as written by Ben Carrigan, Conor Deasy, Kevin Horan, Padraic Garrett Mcmahon and Daniel Patrick Ryan....
Now I don't mind if I hurt you
and leave this guilt behind.
So here I go burning bridges
did I play my hand too soon?

So for the first time in my life
feel like a country boy caught in headlights
I found my rosebud

Arrived in New York City
felt like a scapegoat before a commitee
I found my rosebud

All this talk of regret, lets go slumming
and start all over again.
The greatest ghost writer couldn't help you
to write a draft of your life

Great minds have spent lifetimes
looking for answers.
Look at these sandpaper hands
I'm just paid from the neck down.
Your velvet revolution
chase where it leads you, my friend

It's not like
I said
that I love you
Oh no




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"Found My Rosebud" as written by Conor Deasy Ben Carrigan

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