"The Fault Line" as written by and Devin Sinha....
The fault line, oh the fault line
Pulls us out into the great unknown
Did the fault lie with yours or with mine?
You feel it shaking deep inside your bones

The funny thing in leaving is learning what you want to keep
When you part with an old lifetime, what you've got left is all you need
And what once felt so essential seems today so obsolete
The fault lines divide and leave us incomplete

The fault line, oh the fault line
Pulls us out into the great unknown
Did the fault lie with yours or with mine?
You feel it shaking deep inside your bones

You were up in Minnesota chasing dreams and dollar signs
I was west in California drinking grape juice from the vine
Said, "I might find you in the winter, but today just ain't our time"
Guess the way we say goodbye cut me off on that old fault line

The fault line, oh the fault line
Pulls us out into the great unknown
Did the fault lie with yours or with mine?
You feel it shaking deep inside your bones

In the evening with the lights down and a stranger in your bed
He'll lie with you for a while, but he won't stay in your head
And you're still dreaming for a feeling that you'll know what lies ahead
It's just fault lines running through your mind instead

In November, when the snow fell like feathers on my skin
I was outside of the station with my voice and violin
Well, the music, she came strongly but my voice was wearing thin
Follow the fault lines back to where our lives begin

The fault line, oh the fault line
Pulls us out into the great unknown
Did the fault lie with yours or with mine?
You feel it shaking deep inside your bones


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"The Fault Line" as written by Devin Sinha

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