Versuri Thrice - The Weight

Album: Thrice - Beggars (2009)

Theres many wholl tell you theyll give you their love,
But when they say "give" they mean "take".
They hang round just like vultures 'til push comes to shove
And take flight when the earth starts to shake.

Someone may say that they'll always be true
Then slip out the door fore the dawn,
But I wont leave you hanging on.

Another may stay 'til they find someone new
Then before you know theyll be gone,
But I wont leave you hanging on.

No, I wont won't be that someone.

And come what may, I wont abandon you or leave you behind,
Because love is a loyalty sworn, not a burning for a moment.
Come what may, I will be standing right here by your side,
I wont run away, though the storms getting worse and theres no end in sight.

Some talk of destiny, others of fate,
But soon theyll be saying goodbye,
But I wont leave you high and dry.

'Cause a ring dont mean nothing if you cant haul the weight
And some of them wont even try,
But I wont leave you high and dry.

I wont leave you wondering why.

And come what may, I wont abandon you or leave you behind,
Because love is a loyalty sworn, not a burning for a moment.
Come what may, I will be standing right here by your side,
I wont run away, though the storms getting worse and theres no end in sight.

And storms will surely come,
But true love is a choice you must make and you are the one.
That I have set my heart to choose
As long as I live, I swear Ill see this through.

Come what may, I wont abandon you or leave you behind,
Because love is a loyalty sworn, not a burning for a moment.
Come what may, I will be standing right here by your side,
I wont run away, though the storms getting worse and I see no end.

Come what may, I wont abandon you or leave you behind,
Because love is a loyalty sworn, not a burning for a moment.
Come what may, I will be standing right here by your side,
I wont run away, though the storms getting worse and theres no end in sight.
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