Don't Give In

  • Don't give in
    Don't you dare quit so easy
    Give all that you got on the sword
    Don't say that you won't live forever
    I know, I know

    It's in your blood
    And it's in your making
    So don't hold your tongue
    'Cause it's, it's no longer working
    Don't fall on your sword
    Just follow your instinct
    Like an old lesson learned
    Like an old lesson learned

    Only you know what it, what it is to see through
    See through the eyes that are trained on me now
    I can, I can only tell you how it, how it looks from here
    I think you made up your mind
    I think you made up your mind

    Don't give in
    Don't you dare quit so easy
    Give all that you got on the sword
    Don't say that you won't live forever
    I know, I know

    Don't give in
    Don't you dare quit so easy
    Give all that you got on the sword
    Don't say that you won't live forever
    I know, I know

    Yes there's a lot we can
    We can learn from this loss
    Learn not to let it fall around our ears
    Don't fall in love with the, with the way things were
    It'll fuck up your mind, it'll fuck up your mind
    But this is all on the wings of others
    But I loved you more
    More in your own flight
    So it ain't the same
    It won't be lost forever
    It won't be lost forever

    Don't give in
    Don't you dare quit so easy
    Give all that you got on the sword
    Don't say that you won't live forever
    I know, I know

    Don't give in
    Don't you dare quit so easy
    Give all that you got on the sword
    Don't say that you won't live forever
    I know, I know

    This is your grace
    And I don't know why, and I don't know why
    This is your grace
    And I don't know why, and I don't know why

    Don't give in
    Don't you dare quit so easy
    Give all that you got on the sword
    Don't say that you won't live forever
    I know, I know Writer/s: Gary Lightbody, Jonny Quinn, Nathan Connolly, Paul Wilson, Jacknife Lee, Johnny McDaid
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Spirit Music Group
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