LYRICS

  1. All Day Long

follow me down to the river | follow me down to the sea | follow me down
to the river | you looking for me you looking for me | trippin on the
sunshine | drinkin all the moonshine | heading down a road
going nowhere | how the fuck did we get here | I must've
been high | I must've been high
 

Let It Bleed
I walk alone got no one to carry me | let me walk on down the road | just
let me be to you it comes so naturally | take a good look before you're
gone | I have I told you lately we're better off | whoa let it bleed | whoa yeah
yeah let it bleed | there's no one here there's nobody left | no one to
help me through the day | what will it take to see it my way | spent to much
time shed to many tears | filled up on all those wasted years | tell me where
do we go from here | have I told you lately we're better off

 

Rain
shot down just in time to pull me out | I've been walking around trying to
figure you out | yeah to figure you out | you threw me out into the eye of 
a hurricane | locked the door and left me to blame | left me to blame | I won't
let you walk away | with all the heart ache and the pain | I think it's time
we make it better | I'm gonna love you like rain | and it all comes falling
down | in pieces of what's left of today | and the wind keeps howling
now | so many times it was our time to give it up | seen all the signs and
the signs were never good enough | I'm gonna love you like rain | at your
back door begging please honey let me in | you've been given the time I've
been taking it in | yeah I'm taking it in | I wont let you walk away | with
all the heart ache and the pain | I think it's time we make it better

 

Hold Me Down
take what you need | and leave what's left for me | leave what's left of you and
me | time will never change it's ways | you got the best of me | you got the best
of me and you | you left me sleeping | hold me down | break me into pieces | we
left that happiness ain't real | hold me down | shattered us to pieces | we left that
happiness | hate is everything I see | all I see is you and me | all I see is you
is you and me | so many times we fell apart | you put a dagger through my heart | put
a dagger through my heart | you left me sleeping

 

Come Clean
whoa I'm standing at the crossroads | whoa I'm breaking out these
chains | careful what your wishing for | lies and betrayal for so long | eyes
of the wiseman weren't so wrong | it was never meant to be | whoa I never 
changed for anyone | whoa and I'm not gonna change today | got a one-way
ticket and I'm never coming back | how many times you've told me | I could
never see you coming clean | no matter how far you'd go | no matter how
far you would never come clean 

 

Back Home
I heard them talking they said that you're leaving | they said you don't feel me
anymore | they said that you're lonely | it's killing you slowly | well baby I'm
sorry | I'm tryin to make my way back home | I got places to go I got people
to see | ain't no one gonna carry me | back home | I'd drive for miles if it would
mean | that you'd be there for me | are you there for me | if it never meant leaving
feeling seeing believing in you and me yeah | the words that I'm saying in
hopes that you're praying | a little more than yesterday | anytime you're
feeling blue you can call on me and  I'll call on
you | babe you know my love is true

 

Shades Of Grey
so long I can't see though this anymore | and you're wrong like shattered
faith on the floor | broken bones and sticks and stones what's left at the
door | I don't need you like I did before | like a loaded gun I don't need you
anymore | you tell your stories all the shades of grey | the harder I push
for you you push me away | and whats left is the mess | what more can I 
say when you tell your story | by now you're in another man's bed
lying wide awake | and somehow I know I shouldn't let it but it
bothers me | and you make me believe that this should've been easy | that
this could've been easy | I don't need you like I did before | like a loaded gun

I don't need you anymore | another day goes by another hole in time | I'm so
sick of waiting I'm so sick and jaded | and still I wonder why sometimes
I even try | I'm so sick if waiting I'm so sick and jaded

 

Beautiful Me
suffocated by the way you change your mind | it's now or never I guess forever
never crossed your mind | in turn we never really gave it to much time | honey honestly
you're the one for me let's make it one more night | I want it to be something | a little
more than anything | a little bit of something is all i need | for you to see the beautiful
me | complicated situation turned out right | one night stand money in my hand | baby
gonna make me feel alright | in turn we never really gave it to much time | honey
honestly you're the one for me | let's make it one more night | I've made it so far
along the way | I'm jaded full of scars from yesterday

 

Flatline
I reached out and my hands were shaking | all the lies and the hate got me
breaking | all that's left of the love has bin taken | another man another man | don't
say that I didn't try because I did | lifted you up when you broke down because
I can | all that's left is what's left of a sinners hand | that's all we are | you never had to say
goodbye | if you took the time then maybe you'd realize | you said we'd never dance
again | then I sang for you and my heart keeps beating | you never had to be a
friend | if you took the time then maybe you'd understand | you said we'd 
never be the same | but my heart keeps beating | you told me you'd stay
forever | through the test of time we stand together | no matter the
stormy weather | we seen it through | sometimes it's the best that forgets
us | never the less we forget love | take my hand it's the one we're made 
of | the one we are | oh don't turn away | my heart keeps beating | oh
nothing left to say

 

Folsom Prison - Johnny Cash
I hear the train a comin | it's rollin round the bend | and i ain't seen the sunshine
since | I don't know whenI'm stuck in folsom prison | and time keeps dragging on | but that
train keeps a rollin | on down to san antone | when I was just a baby | my mama she told
me son | always be a good boy | don't ever play with guns | but I shot a man
in reno | just to watch him die | when I hear that whistle blowin | I hang my head
and cry | I bet there's rich folks eating | in a fancy dining car | they're probably drinking
coffee | and smokin big cigars | well I know I had it coming | I know I can't
be free | but those people keep a movin | and that's what tortures me | well if they
freed me from this prison | if that railroad train was mine | you know i'd 
probably move it | a little further down the line | far from folsom
prison | that's where I want to stay | and i'd let that lonesome
whistle | blow all my blues away