Breathe Into Me
by Red

Album: End of Silence (2006)
  • And this is how it feels when I ignore the words you spoke to me
    And this is where I lose myself when I keep running away from you
    And this is who I am when, when I don't know myself anymore
    And this is what I choose when it's all left up to me

    Breathe your life into me
    I can feel you
    I'm falling, falling faster
    Breathe your life into me
    I still need you
    I'm falling, falling
    Breathe into me
    Breathe into me

    And this is how it looks when I am standing on the edge
    And this is how I break apart when I finally hit the ground
    And this is how it hurts when I pretend I don't feel any pain
    And this is how I disappear when I throw myself away

    Breathe your life into me
    I can feel you
    I'm falling, falling faster
    Breathe your life into me
    I still need you
    I'm falling, falling
    Breathe into me
    (Breathe into me)
    (Breathe into me)
    (Breathe into me)

    Breathe your life into me
    I can feel you
    I'm falling, falling faster
    Breathe your life into me
    I still need you
    I'm falling, falling
    Breathe into me

    Breathe your life into me
    I'm falling, falling faster
    Breathe your life into me
    Falling, falling, falling
    Breathe into me
    Breathe into me
    Breathe into me
    Breathe into me
    Breathe! Writer/s: Jasen Rauch, Anthony Armstrong, Robert Graves, Jason Mcarthur
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • AnonymousYes Desi it is I love that Jesus is king
  • Lacey from KentuckyI love every RED song. This is one of my favs.
  • Desi from Eddyville, KyNooo! This is christian? I never knew this..... This song is ruined for me. Why did i have to look it up? Why?
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