How Long?

Album: Welcome Oblivion (2013)
  • Always been here
    It almost seems like yesterday
    How to picture
    It's the little things that slip away
    Build away the blisters
    But they'll find a way to take a little bit
    They won't find us
    If you believe in it

    How long?
    How long?
    Can we keep holding on?
    How long
    How long
    Can we keep holding on?

    A house on fire
    Burning all the passed away
    And what defines us when
    It's the little things that slip away
    And if you're honest
    What do you think would happen if
    We stood for something?
    If you believe in it
    Keep believing it

    How long
    (Burn this all away)
    How long
    (Burn this all)
    Can we keep holding on?

    How long
    (We keep holding on and on)
    How long
    (Can we keep, can we keep)
    Can we keep holding on?
    How long? Writer/s: KENYON PHILLIPS, STEPHEN ROBERT PHILLIPS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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