Anberlin - Inevitable Lyrics

Anberlin Cities cover art
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Do you remember when we were just kids
And cardboard boxes took us miles from what we would miss?
School yard conversations taken to heart
And laughter took the place of everything we knew we were not

I want to break every clock
The hands of time could never move again
We could stay in this moment for the rest of our lives
Is it over now, hey, hey, is it over now?

I want to be your last first kiss that you'll ever have
I want to be your last first kiss

Amazing how life turns out the way that it does
We end up hurting the worst, the only ones we really love

I want to break every clock
The hands of time could never move again
We could stay in this moment for the rest of our lives
Is it over now, hey, hey, is it over now?

I want to be your last first kiss that you'll ever have
I want to be your last first kiss

Is it over now, hey, hey, is it over now?
Is it over now? Hey, hey, it's not over now

I want to be your last first kiss that you'll ever have
I want to be your last first love that you'll ever have
Lying here beside me, palms and eyes open wide
I want to be your last first kiss for all time
Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 (D├ębut)
  • 2 Godspeed
  • 3 Adelaide
  • 4 A Whisper & A Clamor
  • 5 The Unwinding Cable Car
  • 6 There Is No Mathematics to Love and Loss
  • 7 Hello Alone
  • 8 Alexithymia
  • 9 Reclusion
  • 10 Inevitable
  • 11 Dismantle.Repair.
  • 12 (*Fin)


  • Credits
    publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    writers: Mike Hazlewood, Albert Hammond, Colin Greenwood, Jonathan Greenwood, Edward O'Brien, Philip Selway, Thomas Yorke
    album: Track 10 in album Cities
    release date: 2007-2-20
    popularity : 93 users have visited this page.
    genres: Electronic Rock
    styles: Alternative Rock/Pop Rock/Synth-pop
    length: 3:48
    additional: Aaron Marsh
    Album Information
    label: Tooth & Nail Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 094637367322
    script: Latin