Don't Push Me Out

Lyrics

Can you say your name to me, put mine after yours? Can we build a house of glass without windows or doors? Will you learn to love yourself the way I know you should? Will we find the courage there to call our friendship good? Call it good, call it good The world is closing in on me, I think it's time I go And with your sad young eyes you've taught me things I didn't know And my heart broke down to powder there and I wish I'd let it show And I listened as you said to me you'd rather die than grow Die than grow, die than grow Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you Don't let romance and beating hearts change what we came to do Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you So I watched as those who ask for love, demanding some respect Became the last in line to have what they come to expect As what nobody taught them that they so rightly deserve And the hums of their misfortune peaked, the hardest lesson learned Leasson learned, lesson learned Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you Don't let romance and beating hearts change what we came to do Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you To watch us fall is why they came And fall we did, to the call of the highway Don't go home, don't look ahead, don't look behind Everything we were is dead Then a well of hope and talent sprang, and I caught a glimpse of light And I drank from there as the colors rang out loudly from your eyes Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you Don't let romance or beating hearts change what we came to do Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you Anita, my Anita, I was born to follow you Die then grow Die then grow Die then grow Die then grow

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