We're counting days and months and years just by our blood and sweat and tears and then we die, but at least we tried.
You know the lines on your face are just scars from running the rat race, it was all a lie, but at least you tried.

And now we're all grown up,
We never said we're going home,
And now we're all grown up,
We're just scared to be alone,
And now we're all grown up,
We never said we're going home.

And the times we held water that was thicker than blood,
Well it slips through your fingers like we knew it would.
Sometimes it takes a tragedy to figure out reality.

And now we're all grown up,
We never said we're going home,
And now we're all grown up,
We're just scared to be alone,
And now we're all grown up,
We never said we're going home.

I stay inside, I stay inside and watch all of this pass me by. I only get to make decisions out of the choices I'm given.
The lights. The sounds. They're all around. It's twists. I'm shot. It mirrors everything I'm not. It mirrors everything I'm not.

Is this livin'? Is this livin'? We're just taking what we're given.



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Blood 'n' Sweat 'n' Tears song meanings
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