To draw a line under it,
all the bitterness,
means letting go,
forever forgetting it.

Because I spent all my nights awake,
stuck in the same place.
Finding out in the hardest way,
that nothing worthwhile comes easily.

This ain’t the easiest way to do anything,
To pull up roots that are buried deep.
But it’ll be alright,
Be alright as long as the slate is clean.
And I can blame problems on concrete,
Failings on the buildings around me.
So I take it all to the city.

Yeah we all have bad habits,
And we all act as addicts,
When there’s something we want,
And we don’t stop ‘til we have it.

And yeah I get mad at shit when it doesn’t go my way.
But I’m finally learning,
You can’t always do things the easy way.

This ain’t the easiest way to do anything,
To pull up roots that are buried deep.
But it’ll be alright,
Be alright as long as the slate is clean.
And I can blame problems on concrete,
Failings on the buildings around me.
So I take it all to the city.

This ain’t the easiest way to do anything,
To pull up roots that are buried deep.
But it’ll be alright,
Be alright as long as the slate is clean.
And I can blame problems on concrete,
Failings on the buildings around me.
So I take it all to the city.


Lyrics submitted by _mayhem_

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