This is the place; this is the place where it all started
When I walk away, you’ll pass your judgment
Watch me walk away through your front door
Next time I’ll be kicking in your back door
Hold your breath and hope forgiveness goes this far

Four years removed from this changing landscape
I miss every face but I can’t help noticing
This is who I used to be this isn’t who I am now
This place was overrated in my head for so long

Holding on to what little’s left
This needs to quit
Needs to quit

Capturing everything that was still worth holding onto
I need to leave this place in my head
No solitude can come from here anymore

This is the place, this is the place where it all collapsed
I’ll walk away and pass my judgment
I can’t tell why you’re still staying here
Move on and find yourself
You need to find home

I’ve grown so far apart it seems a life was lost
But my time has just run out here
As I left we all stood in loneliness
What will come next?

Capturing everything that was still worth holding onto
I need to leave this place in my head
No solitude can come from here anymore

These streets seem colder than they were
These streets seem colder than they were before
Gone now, Gone now
Everything you loved, walking out the door



Lyrics submitted by DrBrule

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