"Out of the Woods" as written by and Edwin Congreave James Smith....
It's times like these when I'm on my way out of the woods,
Never felt better than when I'm on my way out for good.
It's times like these when I'm on my way back out of the woods.
I'll never be afraid again now I'm out of here for good.

It was just a dream,
The most beautiful place I've seen.
The white caps and the pines,
Ripped our nations in the sea.

It's times like these when I'm on my way back out of the woods,
I've never felt better than when I'm on my way out for good.

Now I've finally found,
All my friends are in the clouds.
Alone now, in my head now,
All alone now, in my head.

It's times like these when I'm on my way back out of the woods,
I've never felt better than when I'm on my way out for good.

Now I've finally found,
All my friends are in the clouds.
Alone now, in my head now,
All alone now, in your head.

And I've waited just so long,
To sing you this final song.
Time keeps ticking, time keeps pushing, time keeps rolling on.


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher, edited by ankiankianki

"Out of the Woods" as written by Edwin Congreave James Smith

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    My InterpretationI personally think this song is about escaping the every-day life you lived in the past. About moving on and starting a new period in your life and feeling passive as all your friends are already finding their way. About getting started.
    Alex92on April 15, 2013   Link

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