Count On Me

Album: One Thing Remains (2005)
  • I know that life ain't always good to you
    I've seen exactly what it put you through
    Thrown you around and turned you upside down
    And so you, you got to thinking there was no way out
    You started sinking and it pulled you down
    It may be tough, you've got to get back up because

    You know that life ain't over yet
    I'm here for you so don't forget
    you can count on me cause I will carry you till you carry on

    Anytime you need someone
    somebody strong to lean on
    well you can count on me to hold you till that healing is done

    And every time you fall apart
    you can hide here in my arms
    and you can count on me to hold you till that feeling is gone


    I wonder why nobody's waiting on you
    I'd like to be the one to pull you through
    Your darkest times, I'd love to be the light that finds you
    I see a silver lining on your cloud
    I'll pick you up whenever you fall down
    Just take my hand and I will help you stand because

    You know that life ain't over yet
    I'm here for you so don't forget
    you can count on me cause I will carry you till you carry on

    Gone so you can live today
    I seems so long till yesterday
    Keep on counting on me to carry you till you carry on
    Carry on

    You know that life ain't over yet
    I'm here for you so don't forget
    you can count on me cause I will carry you till you carry on

    Remember life ain't over yet
    I'm here for you so don't forget
    that you can count on me to hold you till that feeling is gone Writer/s: CHAD KROEGER, DALLAS HENDRY SMITH, DANIEL WILLIAM CRAIG, DAVID CHARLES BENEDICT, JEREMY HORA, JEREMY JAMES HORA
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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