Theorem The Truth Serum

(1979-present / San Leandro)

Life Isn't Over Yet(song)


I attempted to find a star
Not far from where we are
But it supernovaed in my face
I wasn't patient, but I was bored
It got the best of me
I was ignored
I'm just a little star
Not far from a broken heaRT
Wind me up
Get this clock tickin'
Then wind me up again

This life isn't over yet
I have some time
Calculated histoy
I'm ready to start over again

Over and over and over
Life repeats rewinds
Hand over the remote
Cause now it's my time
Controlled by outside influences
Erasng their mainfraME
I saw this coming
It's a revolving door
If you stay inside it
The vortex is cement
You need couraGE
And a reboot
to contine on my friend

This life isn't over yet
We still have some time
Calculated decisions
Built you this end

An end of an idea
Time to come up with another one
Your life might feel empty
But don't give up before it's doNE

Submitted: Friday, August 26, 2011
Edited: Friday, August 26, 2011

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