You Don’t Know What You’re Getting Into

You back your car out of the driveway
Feels right you might go the wrong way
You don’t know what you’re getting into now

You might think you do you might think you don’t
You might think you will you might think you want
something different for variety
So you start out first and you wind up last
You know the little burst where you kind ran fast in the middle
It didn’t seem to help

Chorus:
No you don’t know what you’re getting into
You don’t know what you’re getting into
You don’t know what you’re getting into now

You can’t find the truth where it’s supposed to be
The meaning of your life the meaning of a flea
It’s starts to seem like you missed the part
Where they explain the game and then said start
So you get the sense that you’re running behind
But everyone says no you’re doing fine
As they pass you by you see them wink
At one another and you start to think
That you’re paranoid or you really are behind
You might find it’s a slippery slope
When you start to think that yes means no and
You don’t know what you’re getting into now

(chorus)

You might think it’s gonna rain or maybe gonna snow
The wind may come and your friends may go
The sky could fall or the sun could rise
The moon might set right before your eyes
But time doesn’t stop and time doesn’t fly
Time could come when you say goodbye
To the hours on the calendar the days on the wall
The hands that spin and the sand that falls
In your eyes as you walk through a mystery world
Where nothings quite right but nothings really wrong
And far away you hear a song
That sounds familiar so you sing along

Meanwhile on a mountain top a lone guru finally stops
His chanting and his meditation and writes down this revelation

(chorus)

© 2005 Jason Wilber/Everyday Rain Music (BMI)

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