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The Right of Way


Artist: Simon Christopher
Artist's Description
These lyrics started out from a general feeling of discontent with the way my life was going at one point, a big part of that being my job at the time. So in a way, these lyrics can be interpreted as a break-up from my job and the things that caused me dissatisfaction but could also just as well be aimed at an ex-partner too.

Genre(s): Rock, Love Songs, General Rock
Mood(s): Angry, Bitter, Hate, Revenge, Sad
Style(s): Alternative, Heartbreak
Language(s): English
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The Right of Way

By Simon Christopher
Verse 1

Why does it always have to be me,
who gives the right of way?
But what else can I do when I don't feel free,
and there's no time left to play

I'm making some changes,
and I'm starting with you
We had a good run but the thing is,
you haven't even got a clue

Pre-Chorus 1

It won't be easy, but change never is
Your face will be the last thing, that I'll ever miss

Chorus 1

I'm not sorry to see you go
Or that you got left behind
My step will be a lot lighter tomorrow
Out of sight, out of mind
And you cannot turn back time
We, as we once were, are no more

Verse 2

It's no longer gonna be me
who gives the right of way
Now bow down or take a knee
No matter what you say

Don't look back, now that it's over
When you cried, I yawned
So much of my time gone,
with nothing to show for

Pre-Chorus 2

It won't be easy, but change never is
Your face will be the last thing, that I'll ever miss

Chorus 2

I'm not sorry to see you go
Or that you got left behind
My step will be a lot lighter tomorrow
Out of sight, out of mind
And you cannot turn back time
We, as we once were, are no more

Bridge 1

And I'm starting to see
Where it all went wrong
It's hard to say, it's been so long
Not that it would make a difference
What matters, I'm free

Chorus 3

I'm not sorry to see you go
Or that you got left behind
My step will be a lot lighter tomorrow
Out of sight, out of mind
And you cannot turn back time
We, as we once were, are no more

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