Not Enough

  • There's nothing you can say
    Nothing you can do
    There's nothing in between
    You know the truth

    Nothing left to face
    There's nothing left to lose
    Nothing takes your place

    When they say
    You're not that strong
    You're not that weak
    It's not your fault
    And when you climb up to your hill
    Up to your place
    I hope you're well

    There's nothing left to prove
    There's nothing I won't do
    There's nothing like the pain
    I feel for you

    Nothing left to hide
    Nothing left to fear
    I am always here

    When they say
    You're not that strong
    You're not that weak
    It's not your fault
    And when you climb up to your hill
    Up to your place
    I hope you're well

    What you want
    What you lost
    What you had
    What is gone is over

    What you got
    What you love
    What you need
    What you have is real

    It's not enough
    It's not enough
    It's not enough
    It's not enough, I'm sorry

    It's not enough
    It's not enough
    It's not enough
    It's not enough

    When they say
    You're not that strong
    You're not that weak
    It's not your fault
    And when you climb up to your hill
    Up to your place
    I hope you're well

    It's not enough
    No
    It's not enough
    It's not enough Writer/s: DUNCAN COUTTS, JEREMY TAGGART, MICHAEL MAIDA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Blade from Wells, United KingdomBest Ever Song, Its Legendary.
  • Brandon Bell from Murfreesboro, Tnthis song was played at my best friends funeral.. i miss you david brandon george and i love you
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