Try To Survive

Album: The Infection (2009)
  • A new day arises
    As the city sleeps
    No compromising
    No promises to keep

    We stand on our own again
    The rain falls hard
    Revealing the memories
    Ten years gone

    The life we share
    Doesn't mean anything
    If we don't try to survive

    Visions overloading
    Pulling me through time
    Back to the moment
    When I realized
    That your demise
    Could have been caused by my hand

    Been through just about everything
    But we're still here
    We still have so much to prove
    To ourselves

    The life we share
    Doesn't mean anything
    If we don't try to survive

    There is so much left for us to do
    Will you join me again?
    I know I haven't been reliable in the past
    You have had a hard time figuring me out
    But I can promise you one thing
    This journey's taught me to stand strong
    Never again will I
    Surrender my fears
    Surrender my dreams
    Surrender my soul
    To the infection Writer/s: ANDY HERRICK, CHRIS SPICUZZA, JIM LAMARCA, MARK HUNTER, MATT DEVRIES, ROBERT ARNOLD
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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