"The Unwinding Cable Car [AOL Sessions]" as written by and Deon Rexroat (16581) Nathan Young (16578)....
Your motive, unstable
You're like an unwinding cable car
Listening for voices
But it's the choices that make us who we are

Go your own way, even seasons have changed
Just burn those new leaves over
So self-absorbed, you've seemed to ignore the prayers
That have already come about

This is the correlation of salvation and love
Don't drop your arms
Don't drop your arms, I'll guard your heart
With quiet words, I'll lead you in

Backing away from the problem of pain
You never had a home
You've been misguided, you're hiding in shadows
For so very long

Don't you believe that you've been deceived?
That you're no better
Than the hair in your eyes
It never disguised what you're really thinking of

This is the correlation of salvation and love
Don't drop your arms
Don't drop your arms, I'll guard your heart
With quiet words, I'll lead you in

This is the correlation of salvation and love
Don't drop your arms
Don't drop your arms, I'll guard your heart
With quiet words, I'll lead you in

You're so brilliant, don't soon forget
You're so brilliant, grace marked your heart
You're so brilliant, don't soon forget
You're so brilliant, grace marked your heart

This is the correlation between salvation and love
[Incomprehensible]
[Incomprehensible]

This is the correlation of salvation and love
Don't drop your arms
Don't drop your arms, I'll guard your heart
With quiet words, I'll lead you in

This is the correlation of salvation and love
Don't drop your arms
Don't drop your arms, I'll guard your heart
With quiet words, I'll lead you in


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"The Unwinding Cable Car" as written by Joseph Milligan (16580) Deon Rexroat (16581)

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