"this is it" as written by and Hayley Taylor....
button up your suit.
straighten your tie.
hide those tattoos.
how did this life become mine?
you call me on the phone.
i can't breathe with these doubts.
come with me if you want
'cause i'm getting out.

we were living on a straight line.
now we're out of control.
we were living on a straight line.
we were feeling so old.

how do we exist
lost in this spin?
we were waiting for the right time.
now this is it.

now we're living on a dime
so turn on your charm.
turn off the sun.
toss out the alarm.
call your friend back home.
it was a matter of time.
and maybe it was wrong,
but i feel so alive.

and we were living on a straight line.
now we're out of control.
we were living on a straight line.
we were feeling so old.

if we run out of gas,
then this ain't meant to last.
we were waiting for the right time.
it's now, at last.

and we're not getting older.
we're not getting old, not getting older tonight.
no, we're not getting older, we're not getting old,
not getting older tonight.
we're not getting older tonight.

and we were living on a straight line.
now we're out of control.
we were living on a straight line.
we were feeling so old.

how do we exist
lost in this spin?
we were waiting for the right time.
now this is it.

we were taking in a new love.
watch the sky turn to gold.
with every new direction,
there's a story untold.
and there's a bed by the water.
maybe this could be home.
we'll live together
and we'll never be alone, alone, alone.
and our hands intertwining
like the braids in my hair.
we were waiting for the right time
and now it's here.


Lyrics submitted by charcoalsketch

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