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04. Fatal Flaw

Songs for the Late Night Drive Home
by Anchor & Braille



 

Counting all the reasons staring at the ceiling
Wondering how I ended up here
Was it me the whole time
Keep questioning how & why
Thinking I just want someone near

I know what its like to wanna fall in love again

Its so easy for one to find the fatal flaws in everyone else
We never stare very long into mirrors we’re under our own spell
I’m growing tired of finding myself all alone
What’s the point in coming back to this house if nobody’s home

Counting all the reasons staring at the ceilings wondering how I ended up here
Was it me the whole time
Keep questioning how & why
Just want someone near

I know what its like to wanna fall in love again

Why are we so afraid
To admit right when we are wrong
We try to blame everybody else
Then keep playing our same song


(Bernal/Christian) 4/15/14

 

 

 

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