The Breaks

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I was alone. I was half dead.
I was far past the point of convincing that I didn't need it.

It takes a lot to know, it takes a lot to know
it takes a lot to know it's what you'll live with all alone.

I was asleep or I was locked in a daze and I thought that I might have been dreaming,
but it's always an afterthought.
I was afraid, then I was wasted.
I was one foot in the grave and I didn't care.

It takes a lot to know, it must take a lot to know
it must take a lot to know it's what you'll die with all alone.

I was just too set in my old ways.
Trying to pry my way out of your ribcage.

When the bonds you thought wouldn't break aren't so sacred anymore,
and the lies you always sell, town to town and door to door.
Walk on home, I'm not waiting anymore.

credits

from Shibuya Crossing, released June 13, 2014
Josh Voland - Vocals/Guitar
Steve Graham - Guitar/Vocals
Seth Taha - Bass
Nick Patrone - Drums

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