"On Track" as written by and Kevin Parker....
I close my front door and turn on the light
I let out a breath and hold in a sigh
Ain't nothin' new, ain't that much inside
And if I'm counting days, dream fruition in, what it's looking like

But strictly speaking, I'm still on track
Strictly speaking, I'm holding on
One other minor setback
But strictly speaking, I'm still on track
And all of my dreams are still intact
'Cause strictly speaking, I've got my whole life
I lost the wheel a while back
But strictly speaking, I'm still on track
Tragedies falling in my lap
Strung out again, but still on track

I know it's unrealistic, over-optimistic
I know I tried before this, I know it's nearly August
I know I can't ignore this, looking forward to all this
Sayin', "Babe, I just adore this, but, babe, can we afford this?"
I know it's been a slow year, nothin' much to show here
I didn't really go for it, so not a lot to show for it

The hardest part is over, adjusting makes it slower
So glad you're coming over, a word to bring us closer
The world ain't changin' for you, nothin' to pass it over
We're just now shooting over, the rest comes easy
The rest comes easy

'Cause love's like that

But strictly speaking, I'm still on track
Strictly speaking, I'm holding back
Troubles keep falling in my lap
Yeah, yeah, but strictly speaking, I'm still on track
So tell everyone I'll be alright
'Cause strictly speaking, I've got my whole life
One of my major setbacks
But strictly speaking, I'm still on track, yeah

The hardest part is over, adjusting makes it slower
So glad you're coming over, a word to bring us closer
The world ain't waitin' for you, nothin' to pass it over
We're just now getting over, the rest gets easy
The rest gets easy


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"On Track" as written by Kevin Parker

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