Save me, have mercy
Turn me upside down
I know it sounds a little bit lazy
But I lost myself in a mystery
Save me some aggravation
And tell me your wisest tale
Take me away

[Chorus]
Won't you save me
Please hurry please
Won't you tell me what's worthy now
Won't you save me
I thought for myself
Can't you forgive me for that

Turn round, where ya goin'
Slow down my hopes on you
I've paid my dues a thousand times over
'Cause I was not born ready made
Teach me, teach me everything
And leave no turn unstoned
Yeah that's OK

[Chorus]

Now we've been on this walk before
And I can't take it lightly anymore
Well again I said
It's just there's so much wasted time
Quit wasting time.

Hold on, wait a minute
Take note this one's on me
They never put up a monument
For a cynic or a statue of a hypocrite
Turn it up turn it over
Tune in and change your mind
Go your own way

[Chorus]


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Save Me Lyrics as written by Jeff Beres Andrew Copeland

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