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Broken song


by Face Down (US). Buy album CD: Post Industrial Evolution


Desires to live in the past
To start all over again
When nobody knows and nobody cares
And no one is to blame
A short distance from Heaven
Even though I know it's not the same
I think I must be crazy now
Cause I have yet to go insane
Can I ever let myself smile again
Or will I only wind up feeling pain
The ticking of the clock on the wall
The only sound that remains
It sounds like it's a time bomb
Set to go off in my brain

I got a broken mind, here's my broken song
Why can't I make this damn thing work right

How come I feel like nothing's ever right
Why am I the one who's always wrong
Do you really want to win this fight
Or do you want to just beat me down
Why do I in the morning even bother
To open my eyes
I guess my will is instinct strong
Why do I lose everything I want
When just to get it I had to wait so long

I'm all screwed up inside
It's getting hard to make things clear
I don't know what the hell is wrong with me

I got a broken mind, here's my broken song
Why can't I make this damn thing work right
Don't waste my time, leave me alone
Used loneliness to write this song
Broken mind, broken song
Now I am broken



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Album: Post Industrial Evolution (1996) Lyrics
cd Buy "Post Industrial Evolution" CD
  1. Land of the new covenant
  2. Broken song
  3. Just like clockwork
  4. Chameleon
  5. Far gone
  6. Machine
  7. The color of your wings
  8. Will you
  9. Legion

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