"Half A Life" as written by Richard Lofthouse Butler and Timothy Butler....
cars move slowly down
where you walk
and the cool blue cars
where the world gets old
and i hear their lies
blowing through my teeth
and at my back
i can feel you breathe

talk is cheap like
when money talks
and you sound too much
like you've seen it all
and i fall down drunk
with my eyes so tired
on my clean white sheets
and my eyes go blind

and i hurt to be you
and i hurt to be you
there for no one
there for change
no good reason
no one came
half a life

cars move slowly down
where you walk
and the cool blue cars
where the world gets old
and i hear their lies
blowing through my teeth
and at my back
i can feel you breathe

and i hurt to be you
and i hurt to be you
there for no one
there for change
no good reason
no one came
half a life




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"Half a Life" as written by Timothy Butler Richard Lofthouse Butler

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