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04. Breaking Out

Runaways Deluxe Edition
by Sumerlin



 

If only gravity couldnít keep me down
So I could go to any new place
To a new life
But these eyes have seen enough
And these hands are broken
I cannot feel you

Itís my fault I gave my heart away
With the key
I thought youíd be the one to stay here
Donít lead me astray

Cause you keep breaking me out of myself
I want to breathe, itís all I need to fight for you
Cause you keep breaking me out of this cell
Youíre the hope Iím holding, I keep running after you

If only eyes could see this true beauty
So I could go where it leads me
To a new life
Itís my fault I threw it all away
With these choices I made
Knowing I shouldnít stay here
No I shouldnít stay

Itís dark in this place
But I canít see a light shine through
I can see a light
Well I can see your love


 

 

 

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This Friday, May 20, 2022
ALBUMS
Bryan & Katie Torwalt I've Got Good News [Capitol CMG]
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DeGarmo and Key No Turning Back Live (1982) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
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DeGarmo and Key Commander Sozo (1985) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
DeGarmo and Key Streetlight (1986) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
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ALBUMS
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