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The Circus We've Become Lyrics

The Circus We've Become by Caleb Lionheart  

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The Circus We've Become Should I pull over?
Yeah, you probably should
I've got memories scattered
All across this neighborhood
And I've seen the gutter from the asphalt,
I've seen the best of company die
But no one lives forever
So tonight we're gunna have the time of our lives.

If I could be anywhere doing anything
I'd be right here, right now.
Tonight we won't rest
Until we see the sun
We're searching for clouds in coffee cups,
When eighteen didn't seem all that young
It reads like brail on your finger tips
When none of these cities feel quite like home
And every map I've ever read
Leads to upstate in my soul. (yeah, alright.)

Youth is wasted on the young
Only when you let the sun go down on you
Like wild horses these days run
Look at the circus we've become
I don't want to be with anyone but you
If I could be anywhere doing anything
I'd be right here, right now.



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