Way With Words

- The Starting Line
Released: 2007 Genres: Pop
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Lyric "Way With Words"

There seems to be no difference
Between present tense and the pretense
Cause it's all a part of what you've been trying to say
Well you've got all the right reasons
To write red hot rants for the weekend
But they're not a part of what you've been trying to say

They say you lost your way
(You're way with words)
The right way to go

You've lost your way with words or at least that's what I heard
You've lost your way with words and to me what could be worse?
What could be worse?

When your father passed down his wisdom
Sometimes I think he must've spilled some
Cause you lost the sight of what you've been trying to say
And I know that nobody's perfect
Well no one would want to sound desperate
Unless that's a part of what you've been trying to say

You've lost your way with words or at least that's what I heard
You've lost your way with words and to me what could be worse?
What could be? What could be worse?

Oh, you could dance around
Dance around with nothing to say

You've lost your way with words at least that's what I heard
You've lost your way with words

You've lost your way with words or at least that's what I heard
You've lost your way with words and to me..
Yeah to me to me to me...
What could be worse?

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The Starting Line

The Starting Line

The Starting Line is an American pop punk band that was formed in 1999 in Churchville, Pennsylvania. The band consists of Kenny Vasoli (vocals, bass), Matt Watts (guitar), Mike Golla (guitar), Brian Schmutz (keyboards, vocals) and Tom Gryskiewicz (drums). Having four studio albums under their belt, the group are best known for their 2007 rock radio hit "Island" as well as their popular 2002 single "The Best of Me".