Waiting my life for the sunshine
All of my cloudy days
You were just a prayer away
Okay Thanks for your patience
I been Dodging demons that didn't seem too dangerous
They were wearing masks and I couldn't see they faces
Things seem to disappear a tricky Situation
The idiot box got a block on people's agents
And them pokes don't seem the safest
Riding down freedom parkway
The irony
Cop pulls us over and I'm seeing how he eyeing we
So I watch his hands silently
Knowing than he could be stupid and react violently
I been sitting back bearing witness to the world
She been selling ass call it fitness to the girls
Its trippy And I know It
Once you take the lens off
The vision isn't blurry
Get a chance don't blow it
But Folks get an inch and make decisions In a hurry
I was back and forth on the plane
Tryna figure it out
Should i leave it or not
I done seasoned the pot
Halfway on the stove
Do you feel it or not
I can carry the load
If you believe it or not
And Ain't no reason to stop
And cant be sleep on the clock
Thankful lessons
Thank you for the stressing
That I didn't have to go thru if I just paid attention
Admitting my flaws that we often hate to mention
Wont make that mistake again
I'm spreading out my eggs
That one basket
Collapsed and I been on the fringe
A sudden death for the win can take you off the hinge
Roller coaster rides as you watch your mind bend
Trauma that you gotta handle if you wanna swim
Disappointment thru the years that I gotta get over
It's really still family
When we all become sober
I've been off of social media
Scrolling thru expedia
Planning out the whole thing
Dodging what they feeding us
I've been getting greedy
With my time and experience
I've been getting greedy with my time


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Thanks For Your Patience Lyrics as written by Dion George

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    i really like these guys, they are from my area...so im hoping to see them soon. i know they're gonna be playing warped tour soon for anyone who is a fan. this song is really good. "a piece of me" is my favorite, the lyrics are awesome, especially for a young band like this..well they sound young anyway. alright

    Cant SLoW DowNon May 25, 2002   Link
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    i love this song. "i'm lonely with all these people around." so true.

    punk_babe_182on July 06, 2002   Link
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    the meaning is lost on me...(good song tho) it seems like hes preparing tto go out with a girl but somethng goes wrong...who knows though?

    takin*bak*sundayon April 30, 2003   Link
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    hey this is a really good song from a really good band - hey guys ur all wicked cool and esp to Nick and Sean - thanks for the ride

    icebankon June 26, 2003   Link

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