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The fight is over…

When the fighting is over
Coz our mouths have just run dry
As our feelings get colder
There’s nothing to hold us now
Gave all this time just to be let down
Can you explain to me?
What has become of us?
With words released
We can never take them back
Not even pleading can save us
I know you’ll meet someone better
But would you still think of me
If he can’t hold you like I did
Would you run back to me?
Yes, I know this pain shall pass
Gave all this time still we couldn’t last
Explain to me
What has become of us?
With words released
We can never take them back
For all that were worth now
Not even pleading can save us
How did we end this way?
Our promises thrown away
All the years we built, broken up
See it crashing down
I have to say
Though alone in this crazy sea of faces
It’s still your face I wanna know
Explain to me
What has become of us?
With words released
We can never take them back
For all that were worth now
Not even pleading can save us
Can’t save us now
The fighting is over
The fighting is over
The fighting is over
The fighting is over now…
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Anglo Adventure

“If you see something, say something,” say the loudspeakers at Sea-Tac airport.

I saw something, I said something. And here’s what happened:

First off, I am not a hall-monitor type. I hated those smug kids with their little hall passes, threatening to rat you out for a harmless paper airplane.

Snitches get stitches.

If someone cuts in line, I roll my eyes and call it a day. I won’t tell on you for carrying an extra vile of liquid or playing hooky from work or cheating on a test.

But this was different. Way different. I saw a guy sneak a lighter through airport security. This was before I realized regular lighters without fluid are permitted in carry-ons. When did that happen? But who wants to carry a lighter without fluid – isn’t that just dumb? Doesn’t a lighter need fluid to work? Do they even sell fluidless lighters?…

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