I'm flying over the city
In a suit and tie
And don't my dog look pretty
But that's just a dog's life
The world outside is red
But my room is blue
And it will keep me save
But I don't know from who

And sometimes I find what I need
Sometimes I don't find anything
But I'm waiting on that day to come
I'm waiting on my heart to sing
Now I'm speechless
I am tongue-tied
I am speechless
And it's all bottled up inside

Another drink
Would make me feel much worse
But maybe that's just what I need
To break this awful curse
And in my one room apartment
High above this town
I'm always trying to use
The things that will bring me down


It's all bottled up inside
And I feel half alive
I can't open my eyes
I'm getting lost in this disguise


I am speechless
I am tongue-tied
I am speechless
And it's all bottled up inside

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Speechless Lyrics as written by Michael B. Ward Joshua B. Clayton-felt

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    General Commentwow, no one has ever commented on this great song.
    I think he talking about his loneliness, we've all been through that
    listen to this at night driving through a deserted city, back in the 90's at west l.a. or ventura blvd.
    back in kroq days...
    eddietx1on June 07, 2010   Link

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