Softspoken - Something I'm Missing Lyrics

Is there something
I've done wrong in growing old?
What do you see when you look to me?
I'm not who you thought
I was not anymore
But a man with a familiar face that you've seen
I don't need you like
I once did
Our places switched
It's not a burden to me
My ear to the earth
Is there something I'm missing?
For what it is worth
I'll promise you that I'm listening
Sight and the light in the air waves allow an existence
That we all take for granted
How many years do you have left
If not your body, then your mind will fade
It hurts to accept
It hurts to accept
It hurts to accept that
I'll look back with regret
How many years do you have left
Hard to admit that your body is fading
When you don't even know my name
My ear to the earth
Is there something I'm missing?
For what it is worth
I'll promise you that I'm listening
Sight and the light in the air waves allow an existence
That we all take for granted
An image they've planted in our heads
Child
Is there something I've done wrong in growing old?
What do you see when you look to me?
What do you see when you look to me?
My ear to the earth
Is there something I'm missing? (something I'm missing?)
For what it is worth
I'll promise you that I'm listening
Sight and the light in the air waves allow an existence
That we all take for granted
An image they've planted in our heads
My ear to the earth
Is there something I'm missing?
For what it is worth
I'll promise you that I'm listening
Sight and the light in the air waves allow an existence
That we all take for granted
An image they've planted in our heads