Fully Alive

  • Telling Layla's story spoken
    'Bout how all her bones are broken
    Hammers fall on all the pieces
    Two months in the cover creases

    Here she stands today
    In her brilliant shining way

    Fully alive
    More than most, ready to smile, and love life
    Fully alive and she knows
    How to believe in futures

    All my complaints shrink to nothing
    I'm ashamed of all my somethings
    She's glad for one day of comfort
    Only because she has suffered

    Here she stands today
    In her brilliant shining way

    Fully alive
    More than most, ready to smile, and love life
    Fully alive and she knows
    How to believe in futures

    Fully alive
    More than most, ready to smile, and love life
    Fully alive and she knows
    How to believe in futures

    Fully alive
    More than most, ready to smile, and love life
    Fully alive and she knows
    How to believe in futuresWriter/s: JAMES CULPEPPER, JARED HARTMANN, KIRKPATRICK SEALS, LACEY NICOLE STURM, SAMEER BHATTACHARYA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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Comments: 6

  • Alex from Atlanta, GaYeah, they are christian.
  • Cole from Atlanta, Gais this a christian band? this song kinda makes me think they are just because of the lyrics
  • Erik from Brownwood , Txafter hearing the lyrics and knowing what its about i get chills
  • Ana from Monroe, AfghanistanLayla Palmer is in her 20's and has some sort of rare arthritis , sometimes she can't walk. But she just wakes up glad to be alive and looks forward to a bright future.
  • Angela from Sacramento, CaDoes anyone know Layla Palmer's story, or exactly why FlyLeaf shows her such respect?
    I'd love to know more about her.
  • Joshua from Celina, OhFlyleaf rocks! I almost got the chance to see them at BattleCry in Michigan but Lacey Mosley was sick...Sadly.
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