About Bumps

It’s funny what you think at the end of your days
I had money, I had time, but I threw them away”
Fear Of The Sea by The Satellite Station

[Verse 1]

It was getting late and dark cold
When you told me that we needed to talk
You couldn’t keep your focus, your breathing being heavy and suddenly back on hold
And then you opened to me, saying that you’re out of luck

[Pre-Chorus]

That everything good in your life was vain and undeserving
To the point like you wondered you could have been so blinded
That every bit of love you ever received felt more like a summer fling
Although it feels like you don’t want to get out of bed anymore
Listen to me as I grab my guitar once more

[Chorus]

One day, it’s gonna be going your way again
You’ll be able to accept everything you never thought you could
You weren’t supposed to understand it all from the first drop of rain
You’ll soon get back up like I know you would

[Verse 2]

When everything’s broken and you can’t seem to find your way back
When everyone has everything they want and you’re still contemplating the crumbs
And if you wonder if there is even a needle in this haystack
Remember that in the road of life, hardships are just small bumps

[Pre-Chorus]

That everything good in your life was vain and undeserving
To the point like you wondered you could have been so blinded
That every bit of love you ever received felt more like a summer fling
Although it feels like you don’t want to get out of bed anymore
Listen to me as I grab my guitar once more

[Chorus]

One day, it’s gonna be going your way again
You’ll be able to accept everything you never thought you could
You weren’t supposed to understand it all from the first drop of rain
You’ll soon get back up like I know you would

Categories Lyrics, Poems

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