YOUNG GUNS


Meter & Verse Lyrics

I carry my mistakes
And she carries them too
When all I see are bruises black
She shows me the blue

I remember the tears in the morning
The dread of the veil gently falling to the floor

I'll never know divinity
So inadequately I carve
In meter and verse
She believes in God
But I believe in her

When my ship has run it's course
She steers me back out to the sea
She won't let me run aground

I've seen the storms she's met, I've seen the tears in secret shed
She sees me as an eagle though I am just a crow
She sees me as a diamond though I'm just a weathered stone

I'll never know divinity, so inadequately I carve
In meter and verse
She believes in God, but I believe in her

I stole a glimpse of you in pain
And I'll take the image to my grave
You look towards the heavens, and I look up to you
I kneel because there are no words, an act will have to do

She believes in God but I believe in...
...no divinity
So inadequately I carve
In meter and verse
She believes in God, but I believe in her.

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Songwriter(s): Gustav Tomas Wood, John Stuart Taylor, Benjamin Lloyd Jolliffe, Fraser Macleod Taylor, Simon Mitchell
Copyright: BMG Rights Management (Uk) Limited
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