Get Up Again
by Flaw

Album: Through the Eyes (2001)
  • Here we go again

    A very temperamental process, beginning with
    all of our excess
    Affecting our very own ingest, this side of
    you is speechless
    Overwhelmed with an abscess, creating new diseases
    And infecting whomever it pleases, we've been
    living this way for too long, too long

    Then I noticed a difference, in the way that I
    saw other insects
    Who were living a life of indulgence, sheltered
    by their parents
    Such an unlucky existence, not given a
    chance to experience
    And make their own decisions, I wouldn't trade
    my own mistakes at all

    Reach out your hands
    Out for the ones who, aid when the going gets rough
    Until the end.
    These are the ones who, help when the times get tough
    And times will get tough.
    Get up again.
    Times will get tough.
    Get up again

    Here it comes once again

    Reach out your hands
    Out for the ones who, aid when the going gets rough
    Until the end.
    These are the ones who, help when the times get tough
    And times will get tough.
    Get up again.
    Times will get tough.
    Get up again
    Writer/s: CHRIS VOLZ, CHRISTOPHER BALLINGER, JASON DAUNT, LANCE ARNY, RYAN JURHS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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