"The South Sound" as written by and Jan Wilkinson Abigail Fry....
Straight down the line with blood
Straight down the line with hate
I never felt so good
I never felt so great

It all looks so familiar
Its so very [Incomprehensible] tough
Cross the military ground
I am lost but Ill be found

Sunshine, gunfire [Incomprehensible] at me
I wont be getting hurt today
Fifteen miles without a break
Just for one more month of grace

I said romance is dead
Created destruction in my head
But right in my heart is a torture so [Incomprehensible]
But I never felt so good

Straight down the line with blood
Straight down the line with hate
I never felt so good today
I never felt so great

He made me a meal out of the scraps
Then he talked to a photograph
He would rather take your pain
Than see you get hurt this way

Cause you cant make it alone
You cant make it alone
And you can never know
You can never know

Don't go any further
Don't go any further

I never knew that it could feel so good
I never knew that it could feel so good
I never knew that it could feel so good
I never knew that it could feel so good

Cause it feels Ive known
Cause its all just so point blank
But you never felt so good

Straight down the line with blood
Straight down the line with hate
I never felt so good
I never felt so great

Straight down the line, straight down the field
Straight down the line nothing is real
Imploding, combusting
Better yet settling

And you cant make it alone
You cant make it alone


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"The South Sound" as written by Jan Wilkinson Abigail Fry

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