• Where no one knows your name

    by  • November 11, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, Waxing Poetic • 0 Comments

    Somewhere, sometime I became a part of you
    And then in time, in time it seems like I got to
    the heart of you
    And inside my mind I could entertain
    Almost anything you could throw at me
    But does it feel like now one knows your name?

    Somewhere, sometime you believe there’s a price we pay
    For anger in mind, in time it will always come
    back your way
    And nothing ever changes, no

    It feels like no one knows your name
    It feels like no one knows your name

    Out of the doorway, into the darkness
    I walk slowly out of danger
    Nothing ever changes
    Down in the basement, I store the memories
    Of a childhood spent alone
    Nothing ever changes, no

    It feels like no one knows your name
    It feels like no one knows your name

    Sometimes, it feels that I can’t get enough of you
    It takes a long time to make this work
    I know for sure my mind stays bright with you
    It takes a long time to make this work
    And nothing ever changes, no

    It feels like no one knows your name
    It feels like nothing ever changed
    Songwriters: COLIN WOORE, CURT SMITH

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