Not Alone

Album: Download To Donate To Haiti (2010)
  • I break down, fear is sinking in
    The cold comes, racing through my skin
    Searching for a way to get to you
    Through the storm you
    Go, giving up your home
    Go, leaving all you've known
    You are not alone

    With arms up, stretched into the sky
    With eyes like, echoes in the night
    Hiding from the hell that you've been through
    Silent one, you
    Go, giving up your home
    Go, leaving all you've known

    You go, giving up your home
    Go, leaving all you've known
    You are not alone

    You go, giving up your home
    Go, leaving all you've known

    You go, giving up your home
    Go, you are not alone
    You are not alone

    You are not alone Writer/s: BRAD DELSON, CHESTER CHARLES BENNINGTON, DAVE FARRELL, JOSEPH HAHN, MIKE SHINODA, ROBERT G. BOURDON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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