"Trademark [Gold Edition]" as written by and Matthew Arnold Thiessen....
I think it might just be alright
To leave what matters out of sight
Old habits die hard, holding on
Inevitable means it's never gone

Told myself what I need to hear
I think the point was very clear
I showed me what we missed since we
Slipped into inconsistency

[Chorus]
It seems if my ties with you get severed
I can't seem to hold a thing together
I just fall apart
'Cause that's my trademark

It's my, my trademark move
To turn my back on you
It's my, my trademark move
To realize I should improve
And sometime soon after that
You'll see me come crawling back

I'll kill the thing that turns me away
Amputate the arm that will disobey
Withdraw from everything that's hurting me
Until you finish your work in me

Told myself what I need to hear
I think the point was very clear
I showed me what we missed since we
Slipped into inconsistency

[Chorus]

It's my, my trademark move
To turn my back on you
It's my, my trademark move
To realize I should improve
And sometime soon after that
You'll see me come crawling back

It's my, my trademark move
To turn my back on you
It's my, my trademark move
To turn my back on you
It's my, my trademark move
To turn my back on you
It's my, my trademark move
To realize I should improve
And sometime soon after that
You'll see me come crawling back


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"Trademark" as written by Matthew Thiessen

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