"Living in the Song" as written by and Charlie Starr Paul Jackson....
Watching the sun hit the bottom
Of the evening sky
Another day over and tomorrow
In the bye and bye
Looking at the same stars you can see
Wherever you are
I’d make a wish on ’em
But I don’t think it would
Go that far

It’s like livin’ in the words of a song
I’ve been runnin’ from the hurt for too long
I don’t know how to say I was wrong
All I know is how to be gone

Tell me that the darkest hour’s
Just before the dawn
Whoever said that never spent
So many nights alone
I bury every bit of my heartbreak
Deep inside
’Cause lonesome finds me everywhere
I try to hide

It’s like livin’ in the words of a song
I’ve been runnin’ from the hurt for too long
I don’t know how to say I was wrong
All I know is how to be gone

There ain’t always a happy ending
We ain’t in a fairytale

It’s like livin’ in the words of a song
I’ve been runnin’ from the hurt for too long
I don’t know how to say I was wrong
All I know is how to be gone
How to be gone
All I know is how to be gone
All I know is how to be gone


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"Living in the Song" as written by Charlie Starr Brit Turner

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