"Gravity" as written by and Angie Aparo....
I saw a wreck at a light
Two cars that gave up the fight
Nobody left to be saved
No steam left under the gauge
And in that carnival light
The show began to unwind
And I saw just how it goes
Out on that old two-lane road

I been saving time for another life
Maybe happiness is coming but you don't know when
Where

The gravity
Of whether you were meant for me
Came crashing down with sovereignty
In someone else's tragedy

I saw the old man again
He only talks about when
There was so much to believe
Before the cancer to be
He can't remember the song
The words they all come out wrong
And all his records are cracked
He knows you can't get it back

It's only faded time
Maybe happiness is coming but you don't know when
When

The gravity
Of whether you were meant for me
Came crashing like a symphony
In someone else's used to be

And we carried our cross like a clover
And we smoked cigarettes and we lied
About the things we would feel when we're older
Oh God what a fine waste of time
And I miss you are you coming over


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"Gravity" as written by Angie Aparo

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    General CommentI love, love this song. The middle eight section ("and we smoked cigarettes and we lied about the things we would feel when we're older") is the best description of being a teenager I've ever heard.
    dragonflyeyeson June 17, 2006   Link

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