A man begins to walk towards the horizon
Counting up the debt that he's put himself through
Calls everyone he knows
Says good bye to friends and me and you

White little lies that were fine keep up going
Too much time in our eyes to make right what we know is wrong

A man carves two initials into maple
Hoping they would spark up all the things he wish he'd feel
These trees have no idea what they're in for
'cause fire feels so real

White little lies that in time they'll stop running
too much time in our eyes to hold tight the warmth that we need

Here's what to say to the love that you want when they're gone
You're always wrong
the time that we spent together
when the light was out
became my thought of you

Oh it's way too dark to read in here
this fairytale just ain't coming true

A man is lying dying on the side walk
tracing down the edges
of his tarnished wedding ring
the cardboard sign in front of him says
change won't change a thing
why even try getting by when youre hopeless
all the time passing by will never lie
it's the choice that we make

So here's what to say to the god that you trust when it's time
there's always time
the fire that's inside me dying
the only light i had left back to you
oh it's way too cold to breath in here
I'm trying but this body just won't do


Lyrics submitted by chowder138

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