The Story Changes
By: The Story Changes
Catalog ID: 505294   Duration: 4:08   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 78   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Rock Music | Pop Rock
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Keywords: The Foo Fighters, Green Day, Alkaline Trio

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So it seems our worlds collide. Now in dreams, our nights collide. 

I don't care what they say. You don't have to give in. Pulled apart at the seam, yet we're taught to believe in the lonely.

Wage these wars. It's human nature. It's been that way for far too long, the veil over your eyes. We don't stand a chance if we don't end the cycle. Science has advanced so far with mass destruction. I can't give in.

They're not crazy. They're just crazier. Ignore your problems, but that's the problem here. Are we?
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