Mayday Parade Lyrics
10. I'd Rather Make Mistakes Than Nothing At All
All these days have turned these months into a year And I’ve been spending every second wishing I could disappear And I know when they all start to speak again I just need some inspiration I can rightfully defend And I’m close when it’s hurting bad, it only gets worse I sing for the children of the earth I’ve broken every rule that I’ve known Since you told me that I’ve got to have passion Honestly, you’ve got me all wrong I am just a boy on my own, and we’re looking for some promising action Tell me what it takes, you we’re wrong When I’m gone I can’t keep up with what’s at home And I’d love to make it right, but there are things I can’t control But I’m close, when it’s over tell me when to let go I’ll be the last one to know When you were at the top of my list, I promised you That this wouldn’t happen, how do I begin to explain Crimson lips and permanent kiss, you love me On the back of her napkin, maybe I should throw it away Make a move, so carefully, Cut me down and let me bleed And I’ll slowly, walk away And now you wanna talk, so fitting I remember times, when you were holding by a thread of a chance You’ll make it out alive, God willing All you need is time, And it’s been getting awful close to our year This is so messed up, but if you give me all your love Then we’ll show angels up above, That we can make it out alive, God willing, I remember times, when you were holding by a thread of a chance I’ve broken all the rule that I’ve known You told me that I’ve got to have passion Honestly, you’ve got me all wrong I am just a boy on my own, And we’re looking for some promising action Tell me what it takes, you we’re wrong Make a move, so carefully, Get me down and let me bleed And I’ll slowly walk away
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