When I see you
And I know you don't see me
I try to imagine how it must be now
To walk this world alone
To walk this world alone
To carry on and do it on your own

With everybody working and everybody trying
With your hands in the air while their lying
Everybody's doing their best and realizing
As we watch we see you falling further
The world's in custody for your murder
Is there any hope for you
Is there anything we can do

I look to see
Is the world's catching up to me
Would someone give me something to help me to believe
That you won't be left alone
That you won't be left alone
To carry on and do it on your own

You're making moves
You're making plans
Progress is in you hands
It's not your fault that nobody understands
The pains you feel
They are for real
They slow you down
And re-appear
Just as soon as you
Walk away from here

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Away From Here Lyrics as written by Andre Harris Al-baseer Hakeem Holly

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    Well i have to say that this place has had a big affect on me. After comming to this song part like acouple of days ago and reading some of this stuff i have packed my bags and bought a plane ticket and now i'm off to california to get my girl back.. She left like a year ago and i was all drugged up and drank and smoked alot but i'm clean now and i've told all my friend (everyone of them keep trying to get me back on drugs) to piss off, so i have nothing to live for here so i'm off to california where i will live with my girl!!! i'm soo hyped up i wrote the name of the city on my skateboard so when i get there i can use it instead of a sign if i have to hick hike...bye georgia..............

    karma-kazion March 10, 2003   Link
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    i think this song is just about trying to move on in life, and not letting anything stop you. i think this is Mustard Plug's best song so far. punk on \m/

    NoUseForAGloryon July 12, 2002   Link
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    This song means a lot to me, I can relate to it well after how I felt a few months ago. When I sat down and listened to this song, it made me realize that I have to move forward rather than back into the past. Again.

    _average_on August 05, 2002   Link

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