To Survive

Album: To Survive (2008)
  • Sleep now, little one
    I'll sing to you, little one
    There's no one here
    Who means you any harm, little one

    I know what it means to be sad
    It never goes
    So learn to hold it close
    As a friend

    'Cause we never know
    How much we can take
    Before we break
    The spell in our haunted house

    I've never felt alone
    Like I do now, this moment
    I don't belong here at all
    Must find the spark to go on

    Little one 'cause I owe it to us
    To tend the fire and fend off fear
    The fear in me so near to me
    It never goes so learn to let it in

    Like the rain 'cause we never know
    How much we can take
    Before the storm breaks
    The storm of our wild design

    I've never felt this way
    Or maybe I do everyday
    What is this gift to be alive
    Must find the spark, the spark to survive Writer/s: JOAN WASSER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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