Isaac Washington Lyrics

I know what you thin I am
Can’t blame you for it though
You’re human after all
Why should you be less flawed than me?
We both know that approach is old
W all lack better ones
We’re human after all
It’s simply part of who we are

Hazy eyes we share
A heavy cross we bear
A generation of heirs
I didn’t ask for this

I remember when I said that I’d become like this
A steady flow of advices and some should be taken
I’ve always been convinced that I’d never become like this
And now I’m playing as well
It seems as nothing could stop me now

We’re on a rail of self-indulgence
It feels damn comfortable, so we carry on
Let’s set a course for adventure
Who should stop us now?
We’re untouchable and whoever said
Pride comes before the fall?

We live, we hurt, we ache, we die
It’s always been the same
We’re human after all
We live in parks yet feel alone
We’re bound to make these old mistakes
At least once in our lives
We’re human after all
We only learn by getting burned

Hazy eyes we share
A heavy cross we bear
A generation of this
I didn’t ask for this

I remember when I said that I’d never become like this
A steady flow of advices and some should be taken
I’ve always been convinced that I’d never become like this
And now I’m playing as well
It seems as nothing could stop me now

We’re on a rail of self-indulgence
It fells damn comfortable
So we carry on
Let’s set a course for adventure
Who should stop us now?

We’re untouchable
And whoever said pride comes before the fall?
Now, do you feel the coldness inside?
With all you know by now
How could you feel alright?

We’re on a rail of self-indulgence
It feels damn comfortable
So we carry on
Let’s set a course for adventure
Who should stop us now?
We’re untouchable
Whoever said arrogance comes before the fall?

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