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"Art of Moving On" is a song written by Kendall Schmidt for his band Heffron Drive. The song appears on the band's first studio album, Happy Mistakes, released in 2014. Schmidt performed the song by himself as part of Big Time Rush's Live World Tour setlist in 2013-2014.

Lyrics[]

I don't remember what we might have said
No, I didn't bother to write it down anyhow
All of the memories, spun like a web
And I can't get out, get out, get out
I gave everything I got not to lose you
We chose to say goodbye but I choose you
I choose you

I keep building walls but
You're always on my mind
Won't let them fall down
I'm tired, can we give up
The art of moving on, on, on
'Cause it keeps me up all night, all night, ooh
It keeps me up all night, all night, ooh
Ooh, ooh

Feels like I'm stuck here, frozen in time
If it wasn't real then, I wonder what really is
If there's a world where you could be mine
That's where I'd live, I'd live, I'd live
I gave everything I got not to lose you
Not to lose you

I keep building walls but
You're always on my mind
Won't let them fall down
I'm tired, can we give up
The art of moving on, on, on
'Cause it keeps me up all night, all night, ooh
It keeps me up all night, all night, ooh
Ooh, ooh

I gave everything I got not to lose you
Not to lose you
We chose to say goodbye but I choose you
I choose you

I keep building walls but
You're always on my mind
Won't let them fall down
I'm tired, can we give up
The art of moving on, on

I keep building walls but
You're always on my mind
Won't let them fall down
I'm tired, can we give up
The art of moving on, on
'Cause it keeps me up all night, all night, ooh
It keeps me up all night, all night, ooh
Ooh, ooh

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