You Said You Wanted
Safer Ground
But You Got Caught Up
In The River
I Was There To
Save You Boy
But You'd rather Drown

You Said You Were
But That Was Alright
Better Than Not Knowin'
What's On
The Other Side

And You Know
I Was Always There
For You
And You Know
I Always Believed
In You
I Guess That Wasn't

On The Boundary
On The Boundary Baby
On the Boundary
Don't You Need My Love
You Won't Even Let Me
Keep You From Fallin'
From The Boundary
That Divides Our Love

I Gave You
A Kingdom
That You Could Be
Lord In
And We Both Know
You Loved
The Taste Of My World
But You Ran Back
To Your Corner
Where You Trip
Over Your Lines
Look Left, Look Right,
No Room To Hide


I Guess That Wasn't Enough
I Guess I Wasn't Enough


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On the Boundary Lyrics as written by Tori Ellen Amos

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing

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    General Commenti really love this 'Y Kant Tori Read' song! its pure overdone 80s but it works so well. the lyrics are pretty self explanatory - which is rare for tori - but its a great song. three cheers for her failed glam rock phase!
    Gem_Jonescrazyon September 09, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe strongest piece of this song for me is "I guess that wasn't enough
    I guess I wasn't enough" -- and I love how she draws out the "enough." I could just relate to it because in past relationships I felt that I wasn't enough, I wasn't good enough, I never did anything right, etc.
    plath81on May 05, 2007   Link

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