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Song Released: 2011

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I'm standing on the edge of returning or just running away
I'm letting myself look the other way
And the hardest part in all of this is
I don't think that I know my way back home
Is it worth the journey or do I let my heart settle...


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    Aug 16th, 2017 8:38am report

    I feel that this song had to do with her parents. Arel didn't have support at first and possibly felt alone and that maybe she had but off more than she could chew. She may have felt stuck in the industry and felt she couldn't move forward but also there was no way she was giving up her dream. Caught in the grey.


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    Jul 15th, 2014 7:15pm report

    I dont know what it means but I fell that the grey is an interpretation of when you can be at your lowest. Its making me think of a girl who ran away thinking she could make it in the world. She fails and gets caught in the grey selling herself out to the point of where her actions caused her to be humilated 'lose you by what I have done' she lost him/her because shes to humilated to face them knowing whats she has done.

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