Black Match – Same Old Things


Cobble stone streets and pale pink wine All sittin’ in a book They told me about ships at night When I was scared and my bones they shook My father works as a doorman My brother says he will too I told them that I’d go see the world They said give it up if you know what’s good for you Do you… ever feel lonely Even in your own house Struggle with the words That are coming out of your mouth Run around for something new Have you… ever seen heaven Even in a daydream Ever been begging To say something you mean Oh and ask the world to bring you Different eyes to see the same old things Different eyes to see the same old things One day I flew to the mission Saw the sky upside down Our seven sisters they lead the way Shared memories and set us on the ground Oh, always feel I’m running out of time Oh, open up the door, let’s see what we find Do you… ever feel lonely Even in your own house Struggle with the words That are coming out of your mouth Run around for something new Have you… ever seen heaven Even in a daydream Ever been begging To say something you mean Oh and ask the world to bring you Different eyes to see the same old things Different eyes to see the same old things The ground’s unstable It trails up to the peak Running from side to side And all around me It makes my stomach weep, stomach weep, stomach weep It makes my stomach weep, stomach weep ’til dawn Do you… ever feel lonely Even in your own house Struggle with the words That are coming out of your mouth Run around for something new Have you… ever seen heaven Even in daydream Ever been begging to say something you mean Oh and ask the world to bring you Different eyes to see the same old things Different eyes to see the same old things

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