Album: That's the Spirit (2014)
Charted: 17
  • What doesn't kill you, makes you wish you were dead
    Got a hole in my soul, growing deeper and deeper
    And I can't take
    One more moment of this silence, the loneliness is haunting me
    And the weight of the world's getting harder to hold up

    It comes in waves, I close my eyes
    Hold my breath and let it bury me
    I'm not okay, and it's not alright
    Won't you drag the lake and bring me home again?

    Who will fix me now, dive in when I'm down?
    Save me from myself, don't let me drown
    Who will make me fine, drag me out alive?
    Save me from myself, don't let me drown

    What doesn't destroy you, leaves you broken instead
    Got a hole in my soul growing deeper and deeper
    And I can't take
    One more moment of this silence, the loneliness is haunting me
    And the weight of the world's getting harder to hold up

    It comes in waves, I close my eyes
    Hold my breath and let it bury me
    I'm not okay, and it's not alright
    Won't you drag the lake and bring me home again?

    Who will fix me now, dive in when I'm down?
    Save me from myself, don't let me drown
    Who will make me fine drag me out alive?
    Save me from myself, don't let me drown

    'Cause you know that I can't do this on my own
    'Cause you know that I can't do this on my own
    'Cause you know that I can't do this on my own
    ('Cause you know that I can't do this on my own)
    (Who will fix me now?)
    (Who will fix me now?)
    Who will fix me now?
    Dive in when I'm down?
    Save me from myself, don't let me drown

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