Water Flesh and Bone

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Tom Jensen, words
Justin Justice, music

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Should I go to San Francisco?
I'm getting sick and tired of the snow

I've been stuck around here
For all my years
And I've been thinking: I better go

There's not much that I'd be leavin'
Except the one person I believe in
And maybe that's the reason
Maybe it's time to let her go

For every day that she waits
The closer I come to slipping away

I thought that we were soulmates
But I don't feel as strong about her today as I did yesterday

And I'm still waiting
But I'm barely holding on
My mind, it keeps debating over whether I'm right or I'm wrong
But every time I try to write she becomes the subject of my song
And I'm still waiting
But I think that this time
I might have been waiting too long

She held the hands that helped mold me
Into what I now am
She was my inspiration
Turned the key that drove me away from a dark and desolate land
She was my motivation
But we all know
That life doesn't always go in the way
The way in which you had it planned

Some mornings you feel like you're on top of the world
While other times, you're the damned of the damned

So this morning I asked myself:
Should I go?
Could I go?

And I'm still waiting
But I'm barely holding on
My mind, it keeps debating over whether I'm right or I'm wrong
But every time I try to write she becomes the subject of my song
And I'm still waiting
But I think that this time
I might have been waiting too long

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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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