Disease

Album: Disease (2018)
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  • If I fall again, will it be the end?
    I know it's wrong
    You think I'm strong, but I just pretend
    Is it taking over?
    Will it bury me?
    Or will clarity become the cure for my disease?

    Stuck at the surface
    Not making progress
    Falling apart
    Well I'm trying my hardest
    Looking for answers
    Finding a rope
    Is the noose getting tighter?
    I'm losing control

    Will the end make me whole again?

    It's like holding on
    When my grip is lost
    I still feed my insecurity when I know the cost
    Is it taking over?
    Will it bury me?
    Or will clarity become the cure for my disease?

    I'm getting older
    Still lost as ever
    Faking a smile while I bury the pressure
    Why does this happen?
    I should be fine
    But I can't shake the feeling I'm living a lie

    Will the end make me whole again?

    It's like holding on
    When my grip is lost
    I still feed my insecurity when I know the cost
    Is it taking over?
    Will it bury me?
    Or will clarity become the cure for my disease?

    If I fall again, will it be the end?
    I know it's wrong
    You think I'm strong but I just pretend
    Is it taking over?
    Will it bury me?
    Or will clarity become the cure for my disease?

    It's like holding on
    When my grip is lost
    I still feed my insecurity when I know the cost
    Is it taking over?
    Will it bury me?
    Or will clarity become the cure for my disease?
    (Become the cure for my disease) Writer/s: Caleb Shomo
    Publisher: RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE NA, INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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