I came into the cold
There was tired oak hanging
From the branches,
Were the lies you sold
For a heart worth gold

Make a wish to bare
Leave the dead feelings beside the clothes
Were you got your soul
It's enough to find love
It's enough to change
When your heart grows old
And your mind's gone cold
You've been giving it up
It's the same old story
Got you tied in bed
Over the lies you sold
So your eyes still roam
You've been giving it up,
It's the same old story

I stepped out on the road
There were handsome faces
And behind their feels
There were the lies you sold
For a heart worth gold
Make a wish to bear
Leave the dead feelings beside the clothes
Were you got your soul
It's enough to find love
It's enough to change
When your hearts grown old
And your mind gone cold
You've been given it up
It's the same old story
Got you tied in bed
Over the lies you sold
Your eyes till roam
But you've given it up
It's the same old story

So they came and they went
And they got what they could from nothing
I would only try to fight again
And they go with the wish
That I could be changed to something
But I would only try to fight again
So they came and they went
And they got what they could from nothing
But I would only try to fight for something
I would only try to fight again
I would always try to fight for something
I would always fight again

I came into the cold
There was tired oak hanging
From the branches,
Were the lies you sold
For a heart worth gold


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