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God Must Be A Lonely Man

AshworthOfficial on April 15, 2014 23:23

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You think you figured it out,
Then why are you so sad?
You built a silver spoon mouth,
Forgot about your head.

You thought material things,
Would fill the space inside.
You boarded up your heart,
Now you're opening your eyes.

All alone, but you made it to the day;
thought that you would be better off this way;
got that cash, got that fame, no one’s touching you; but god.

God must be a lonely man,
sitting high up above on his chariot.

God must the only man,
who knows why there’s no love when you reach the top.

It must be so lonely,
when only,
you are all that’s holy;
so lonely,
when slowly,
you can see that
God must be a lonely man,
God Must be a lonely man.

Not sure you’re doing okay,
You tell yourself it’s fine.
It’s probably just a phase.
It’s probably all up in your mind, right?

You don’t need anybody,
As long as you're talk of the town.
Don’t need no friends no family;
All they’ll do is pull you down.

All alone, but you made it to the day;
thought that you would be better off this way;
got that cash, got that fame, no one’s touching you; but god.

God must be a lonely man,
sitting high up above on his chariot.

God must the only man,
who knows why there’s no love when you reach the top.

It must be so lonely,
when only,
you are all that’s holy;
so lonely,
when slowly,
you can see that
God must be a lonely man,
God Must be a lonely man.

You must be a lonely man,
sitting high up above on his chariot.

You must the only man,
who knows why there’s no love when you reach the top.

It must be so lonely,
when only,
you are all that’s holy;
so lonely,
when slowly,
you can see that
you must be a lonely man,
you must be a lonely man.

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