Again

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  • I love the way that your heart breaks
    With every injustice and deadly fate
    Praying it all will be new
    And living like it all depends on you

    Here you are down on your knees again
    Trying to find air to breathe again
    And only surrender will help you now
    I love you please see I believe again

    I love that you're never satisfied
    With face value wisdom and happy lies
    You take what they say and go back and cry
    You're so close to me that you nearly died, oh

    Here you are down on your knees again
    Trying to find air to breathe again
    And only surrender will help you now
    I love you please see and believe again

    They don't have to understand you
    Be still
    Wait and know I understand you
    Be still
    Be still

    Here you are down on your knees again
    Trying to find air to breathe again
    And only surrender will help you now
    The floodgates are breaking
    And pouring out

    Here you are down on your knees
    Trying to find air to breathe
    Right where I want you to be again
    I love you please see and believe again

    Here you are down on your knees again
    Trying to find air to breathe again
    Right where I want you to be again
    See and believe!Writer/s: SAMEER BHATTACHARYA, JAMES CULPEPPER, JARED HARTMANN, KIRKPATRICK SEALS, LACEY NICOLE STURM, MARK T. LEWIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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Comments: 4

  • Logan from Indianapolis, Ini love this song and its really good! i never realized they're christian!!! but they are still a really good band!!
  • Blair from Franklin, NjIt's sad how few people know these guys are a christian band. I have friends that listened to Flyleaf all the time and never realized that they were christian
  • Printer Paper from New York, Nyin the background in the music video it says "god" in hebrew at about 2:30
  • Trever from N. Syracuse, NyThis song is great :)
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