by Thomas K. Hunt

Everyday I look for myself
I'm somewhere hiding up on a shelf
Send me a signal show me a sign
Point me to my place in time

I've been beside myself but still I'm lost
I can't seem to find my way
I've been searching for an open door
They're hard to find when you can't feel the floor

Dazed and confused and I know why
Can't clear my mind no matter how I try
I'm still waiting for my turn
Trying to figure out what I've learned

It's just me alone in my mind
Trying to make the best of time
Searching for answers
Looking for clues
If I had a choice which would I choose?

I've been beside myself right beside you
I know exactly what to do
I should by now this is nothing new

Everyday I look to myself
I can't seem to get off this shelf
Send me a signal show me a sign
Point me to my place in time

Everyday I live with this pain
It doesn't matter even if it rains
The weather doesn't change a thing
Everyday day I feel the same old sting

It's like climbing a hill to get up from my chair
Shoes with laces?
I can't take that dare
It's been too long since I've felt fine
I'm everyday with this pain of mine

Look closely, see what's behind the smile
You'll see the pain that's been there a while
It hasn't stopped me
I had to learned to get along
Some days it's incredibly strong

I've been beside myself but I'm not lost
It's hard to look back and count the cost
Lost answers that may never be found
Wondering if they are will you still be around

Even if you go you're still here
Hearts in minds that could never disappear
Moments remembered that felt just right
Loving laughter echoing in the night

Everyday I'm beside myself
I put myself up on this shelf
There's no signal
There's no sign
I'm in my place in time
Im still smiling but look behind my eyes
There's a secret in there I like to hide


Author's Note: Lyric

Posted on 11/18/2017
Copyright © 2021 Thomas K. Hunt

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