Sunday, April 12, 2009

taylor swift-change

You know it's all the same
Another time and place
Repeating history
And you're getting sick of it

But I believe in whatever you do
And I'll do anything to see it through
Because these things will change

So we've been outnumbered
Raided and now cornered
It's hard to fight
When the fight ain't fair

You can walk away
Say we don't need this
But there's something in your eyes
Says we can beat this '
Cause these things will change

Can you feel it now?
These walls that they put up
To hold us back
Will fall down
It's a revolution
The time will come for us to finally win
We'll sing hallelujah
We'll sing hallelujah, oh

Tonight we'll stand and get off our knees
Fight for what we've worked for
All these years
The battle was long
It was the fight of our lives
But we'll stand up, champions tonight
It was the night things changed

Can you see it now?
The walls that they put up
To hold us back
Fell down
It's a revolution
Throw your hands up
Cause we never gave in
We'll sing hallelujah
We sang hallelujah
Hallelujah
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i think this is a really apt easter song, coz well renewal and hallelujah and all.

i nearly caved in last night, dont know what came over me really... it's human of course but honestly who cares right, everything's right as long as you're all sugar and spice and everything nice. it's just that i guess i've been in a bubble for quite a while now, whether that's good or bad, no idea. i guess good for my sanity, bad for fixing my life. the eternal paradox.

the kenny sia jai ho video is HILARIOUS BTW haha, it just came up on my youtube randomizer is why..

but weighing up everything, it's still better to keep a smile on my face for now
(you can walk away, say we dont need this/ but there's something in your eyes/ says we can beat this) odd grammar if you ask me but the sentiment strikes painfully close to home. i couldnt say i don't need this, wild horses wouldn't ever get me to say that. it's an even harder road than all the bridges i've been constructing all this while - treacherous string bridges across ravines; this is practically climbing up to cloud country on a string of mary-poppinesque stars, but i know that what lies at the end of it is better than any pot of gold. i cant keep the vices of impatience and just plain exhaustion from creeping in and discoloring it all although i try. i know. i should try harder. because this is worth it; no, actually, i just have to suck it up and start running. i honestly thought the race was over, but i misjudged the end-point.

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