"War" as written by Stephen Garrigan, Jason Boland, Mark Prendergast and Vincent May....
There's a war between my head and my heart
And I don't know which side to take
You made your home inside the dowry of my head
You know my heart was yours to break

And people try and calm me down
But I can never hear a sound
Whoa-a-whoa-a-whoa
Whoa-a-whoa-ooo-o
Yeah

There are sirens screaming out behind my eyes
I hide them away 'cause I'm ashamed
Or maybe I'm just too shy to just speak up
Or I'm afraid of what you might say

And people try and calm me down (it can only get better)
But I can never hear a sound (bet you wish you never met her)
Whoa-a-whoa-a-whoa
Whoa-a-whoa-who
Yeah

Oh
Life
It's just the way it is
And the way it always was
Yeah, it's all right

Oh life
It's just the way it is
Yeah and the way it always was
Yeah, it's all right

And people try and calm me down (it can only get better)
But I can never hear a sound (but you wish you never met her)
Whoa-a-whoa-a-whoa
Whoa-a-whoa-a-whoa
Whoa-a-whoa-a-whoa

Whoa-a-whoa-ooo-o

And there's a war between my head and my heart
And I don't know which side to take


Lyrics submitted by Abbie96

"War" as written by Mark Prendergast Jason Boland

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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