crouched in your mouth
it happened too soon, i know
insults were true
you think that you'd learn by now
feelings inside start to subside and grow
where are you now? where are you now? let me know

got your head in your hands, stop screaming
you got your head in your hands, stop screaming, stop screaming

cuz the world wakes up and i push you in
you can do no wrong, its loving you still
yeah the world wakes up and i push you in
you can do no wrong, its loving you still, its loving you (you)

where are you now? where are you now? tell me
are you scratching your eyes? are you torn up inside? lets see
did your walls tumble down? did they push you around too much?
have you nothing to say? are you running away from a touch?

got your head in your hands, stop screaming
you got your head in your hands, stop screaming, stop screaming

cuz the world wakes up and i push you in
you can do no wrong, its loving you still
yeah the world wakes up and i push you in
you can do no wrong, its loving you still...
loving you still ... loving you still ... its loving you
its loving you ... its loving you ... its loving you ...

yes the world wakes up and i push you in
you can do no wrong, its loving you still
yeah the world wakes up and i push you in
you can do no wrong, its loving you still

yeah the world wakes up ... yeah the world wakes up ... yeah the world wakes up ... how does the world wake up?

its loving you still ... loving you still ... loving you still ... loving you ...


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    Anyone know where I can get my hands on this track?

    Thanks! =]

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