"Come On, Oblivion" as written by and Richard Jackett James Ryan Black....
The place I used to know outside and in
Has changed and yet, will only change again
But normal's just a hiding place away

Come on, come on, oblivion, I never want to lose you now
It's not too late, you're not so far away
It feels like fate and I can't afford to come back down

But they relaxed, conviction rides again
And only false security remains
But normal's just a hiding place away

Come on, come on, oblivion, I never want to lose you now
It's not too late you're not so far away
It feels like fate and I can't afford to come back down
It feels like fate and I can't afford to come back down
It's mine to take, so give me more and let me drown

Floating on the old familiar line
The stone is sinking and I'm caught up all the time
But I can't pull myself back out, one more time

So come on, come on, I wanna go
Come on, come on 'cause I think you know
Come on, come on, to where we belong
Come on, come one come on come on

Come on, come on, oblivion, I never want to lose you now
It's not too late, you're not so far away
It feels like fate and I can't afford to come back down
It's mine to take, so give me more and let me drown


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"Come On, Oblivion" as written by Richard Jackett James Ryan Black

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