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Car Alarm Symphony


by I Rise. Buy album CD: Other Songs 3 - W


Everything was picture perfect
Riding high but staying low
Stick around...
For the show

Dreams scripted to those who care
This is a constant pattern
Keep quite for a week or two
Now I'm running in circles
Holding on to something you do
This just might give you the cue

Everything was picture perfect
Held still for a very long time
For the man to draw his perfectly straight lines
Now there's something wrong about this scene
I see you but I don't see me.
Everything thing was picture perfect x2

Something has to happen
It's happening fast
Maybe she'll see what's
Right in front
Holding on to something you do
This just might give you the cue

Diamonds forever, we can't, go back

Chorus

Everything is picture perfect
(You said diamonds were forever baby)



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Album: Other Songs 3 - W Lyrics
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  1. 3D
  2. Bleak, Blacked, & Fake
  3. Burn
  4. Car Alarm Symphony
  5. Comfortably Confused
  6. Convictions
  7. Darfur
  8. Decisions
  9. Down
  10. Feared
  11. Filth Friends Unite
  12. I Am Jack's Smirking Revenge.
  13. Mars Attacks!
  14. Mistaken For A Westend Mistery
  15. Mysteries Walls
  16. Project Wakeup
  17. Realism
  18. Rebellion
  19. Rise
  20. Save The Cheerleader, Save The World
  21. Sing This!
  22. The Common Hours
  23. The Strain
  24. This Isn't A Gameboy
  25. War Inside
  26. What This Means To Me
  27. When Fear Turns To Hate
  28. Where The Sidewalk Ends

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