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Tom Jensen, words
Justin Justice, music

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I know who you are
And who you wanna be
I know you're entrapped
And you want to be free

You can't put off until tomorrow what needs to be done today
We've had this talk so many times before; there's not much more I can say
When the days become years you'll know that it's true
You'll look back and say: why didn't I listen to you

I've been down that road
Let me tell you, my friend
That sooner or later, you will see a dead end
And the road will deceive you with its ups and its downs
It's so hard to find direction with your head spinning round

You found a hole in the sky
But it's so lonesome there
Even when you gaze down, you still feel no fear
Come on my darling
It's time to turn the page
The only way you're not dying is from old age

I've been down that road
Let me tell you, my friend
That sooner or later, you will see a dead end
And the road will deceive you with its ups and its downs
It's time to get it together, turn your life around

Two years later
I'd hoped to see you again
But I couldn't make it
So some flowers I'll send
I tried to convince you
But you wouldn't bend
So sorry for you
Now you'll never mend

I've been down that road
And I told you, my friend
But sooner, not later, you saw the dead end
And the road has deceived you with its ups and its downs
It's just so sad
I'll never see you around

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from Unity (Bonus Track Version), released February 2, 2010
Justin Justice, music
Tom Jensen, words
Justin Justice, performances and recording

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Justin Justice Charlotte, North Carolina

Justin Justice is a songwriter from the United States. He also records music under the artist name Crayon Nation.

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