Forgiven

Album: Forgiven (2008)
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  • Take it away
    Take it away
    Take away these feelings cause it brings me down
    Cause I cant breathe
    Feels like I cant breathe
    Feels like this world is coming down on me

    Oh can I been forgiven?
    For all I have done?
    Can you set me free
    Can you set me free
    Set me free from all this pain I've done to me

    [Chorus]
    If you can hear me prayin'
    Then ill ask one more time
    Can you take it away
    Oh can I be forgiven?
    Can you take it away
    Help me change my ways of livin'

    Oh can I be forgiven
    For all I have done
    No is there time for me
    Is there still time for me
    Time for me to change whatever I have left of me

    [Chorus] Writer/s: HENRY GARZA, JOEY GARZA, RINGO GARZA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Lawrence from Erie, PaI'm a big fan of "How Far Is Heaven". These guys capture the heart and soul. I can't wait to start buying thier albums......
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