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Regression Lyrics

Regression by 8stops7  

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Regression Ever since I was a child you always said
that I should understand the rules.
You take some and give less
sit high above the rest don't you?
As I ask a simple question
cuts me off with his reply.
He's been practicing for decades
and now he thinks I have the time.
He flows in and out of riddles
looking me straight in the eye.
But it seems like something's missing
from these days when he was more my size.

CHORUS:
Ten years older and I've finally found my pride.
This old man comes rolling home to die.
Old feelings make it hard to decide just what it means to me.

Everything exists between black and white.
You can twist and distort the most blatant of lies,
or just offer up solutions practiced only in mind.
I lost half my life to wisdom
so forgive me if I come off sounding bitter
if my words push you away
if I seem surprised to see you lying here in front of me.
Just consider what you're asking and give me a little time
I'm still having trouble breathing cuz up to now I've,
I've never seen you cry.

CHORUS:
Ten years older and I've finally found my pride.
This old man comes rolling home to die.
Old feelings make it hard to decide just what it means to me.

"No son of mine."
Should I be sleeping...
"And no son of mine."
As if you never understood that I don't need your help.
Don't have to save me from myself.
Take me out to prove that I should live a life like you.
As I ask a simple question
cuts me off with his reply.
He's been practicing for decades,
and I am listening this time.
He flows in and out of riddles
stories change without the wine,
but at least he seems much clearer
on how it feels to be my size.

Chorus:
Ten years older and I've finally found my pride.
This old man comes rolling home to die.
Old feelings make it harder to decide just what it means to me.
Just what it means to me.

Old feelings make it harder to see just what he means to me.
Just what he means to me.
Just what he means to me.



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