"Forever Running" as written by and Stephen Anthony Hovington....
Life, in a quiet town
I felt that I might drown
In obscurity
Like a hermit
I always seemed to be in bed
With stacks of books I should have read
Like Kerouac, Virginia Woolf & Genet
It seems to me, the place to be
Is far away from hollow dreams
That satisfy the few and not the many

You turn my world around
You, you turn me upside down

And everything that you do
And everything that you say
Just keeps me running to be right next to you
And every time that we meet
I melt in your body heat
I can’t compete

Down, from the barren slopes
To the plain below
Where the city sleeps
I took my two feet
They say tomorrow’s all about
Mistakes we make, and there’s no doubt
I have made so many I can’t count them
Forget the past and move on fast
Away from dreams that never last
Forever gunning, forever running

You turn my world around
You, you turn me upside down

And everything that you do
And everything that you say
Just keeps me running to be right next to you
And every time that we meet
I melt in your body heat
I can’t compete
Oh ! You’re so sweet

With everything that you do
I’m not afraid what Virginia Woolf might do
And every word that you say
From the balcony I’ll throw Jean Genet
With everything that you do
Keeps me running to be right next to you
And everything that you say
Forever running, forever running


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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