"These Four Walls" as written by Shawn Colvin and John Leventhal....
I'm gonna die in these four walls
I had enough and I tried it all
I watch the daybreak and I see the night fall
In these four walls

Show me trouble, I'll take him down
I drew a line on this patch of ground
And everything's safe and everything's sound
In these four walls
In these four walls

I bought a rooftop
I can remember orders I had to break
Now I can see I had this life to make, to make

And I'm gonna miss your southern drawl
A baby's footsteps in an empty hall
And every little thing I can ever recall
In these four walls
In these four walls

Up on a rooftop, feel like you're flying
Thinking your heart could break
How could you say we have this love to make, to make

Oh, I'm gonna die in these four walls
I had enough and I tried it all
I watched the daybreak and I see the night fall
In these four walls
In these four walls
In these four walls


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"These Four Walls" as written by Shawn Colvin John Leventhal

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