"In The Attic" as written by Tom Maginnis, Bill Janovitz and Chris Colbourn....
There is a pause in my life
That started when I was in the attic
Just a few moments now
Before the whole thing collapses
See the cracks in the windows
They've been there for so long
And the beams falling
As I run down the stair
I can't wait to fall down
In my deep earth shelter
At the basement of the earth
At the bottom of the freezing sea
Now I can't wait
No, I can't wait
No, I can't wait
I walk through the kick down graveyard
Just thinking about myself
And I cut my finger
Walking through the rusty junkyard
And I get a splinter
Walking through the lumberyard
Trying to find a beam
To rebuild my life
I can't wait to fall down
In my deep earth shelter
At the basement of the earth
At the bottom of the creaking sea
Now I can't wait
No, I can't wait
No, I can't wait
I can't wait to fall down
In my deep earth shelter
At the basement of the earth
At the bottom of the creaking sea
I can't wait
No, I can't wait
No, I can't wait
No, I can't wait


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"In the Attic" as written by Chris Colbourn Bill Janovitz

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