My Decision your decision
There's no common ground
I'm sick and tired myself
Don't wake me up Don't wave bye bye

Don't jump inside my head this time
I want to get through this day ah ah
Slinging all those words around
Drives my smile right to the ground

I want to give it away
You make it good but you make me
Crazy crazy crazy crazy crazy
Want to slap the world and slam it down

Look at all the million people in the middle
Of a golden steeple I am amazed
Well it might be wrong but it may be right
Look at us just passing time

Don't let your love fall on down
On my umbrella
I'll say don't let your love fall on down
On my umbrella yeah
Dig it!

Running through a built in maze
Ending up at the starting place
I left behind ah ah
Stop and try to catch my breath
While I'm looking for my next step
I slip away I slip away
You make it good
But you make me
Crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy
Want to stop the world and slam it down

Don't let your love fall on down on my umbrella

I'll say You'll say. You'll throw it all away
No! No! Go! No! I'm like a child
And I'm lost for the first time you say
Don't let your love fall down on my umbrella yeah

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My Umbrella Lyrics as written by Mark Pirro Bryan Wakeland

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    I can't believe no one has commented on this song! Tripping Daisy is such an under rated band.

    xXsickmanXxon February 13, 2010   Link

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