"Catch You On My Way Out" as written by and Brendan Hoye Michael Hoye....
Once again you wait, while I get my head on straight
Again I missed your call
And in the wake of this evening, I just can't shake this feeling
That I'm farther from you now
So my knees touch the floor, I feel something never felt before
My beliefs got in my way

I got time, it's all I need
It's been a while but you do concede
In a modern world, you're a different kind
With every step I take you fall behind

And I'll catch you on my way out,
I'll catch you on my way out of town

I'm always running late, so failed to clear my slate
And I pack my bags this fall
And do I show I care? Nah, I put my feet down anywhere
Nineteen years, but I got nowhere to be

I got time, it's all I need
It's been a while but you do concede
In a modern world, you're a different kind
With every step I take you fall behind

And I'll catch you on my way out,
I'll catch you on my way out of town

In the doorway, split in two
Hear my name, but it's hurting you


Lyrics submitted by dragonfli

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