Love Alone Is Worth The Fight

Album: Fading West (2013)
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  • I'm trying to find where my place is
    I'm looking for my own oasis
    So close I can taste this
    The fear that love alone erases

    So I'm back to the basics
    I figure it's time I face this
    Time to take my own advice

    Love alone is worth the fight
    Love alone is worth the fight

    And I never thought it'd come to this
    But it seems like I'm finally feeling numb to this
    The funny thing about a name is
    You forget what the reason you were playing the game is

    And it's all an illusion
    A 21st century institution
    So I'm headed down the open road unknown

    And we find what we're made of
    Through the open door
    Is it fear you're afraid of?
    What are you waiting for?

    Love alone is worth the fight, woah
    Love alone is worth the fight, woah

    We're only here for a season
    I'm looking for the rhyme and reason
    Why you're born, why you're leaving
    What you fear and what you believe in

    Why you're living and breathing
    Why you're fighting it and getting it even
    Let's go headed down the open road unknown

    And we find what we're made of
    Through the open door
    Is it fear you're afraid of?
    What are you waiting for?

    Love alone is worth the fight, woah
    Love alone is worth the fight, woah

    Yeah, yeah, yeah
    Oh, oh

    Here we are, here we go
    Where the road is our own
    Hear it calling you home
    Here we are, here we go!

    Love alone is worth the fight
    Love alone is worth the fight
    Love alone is worth the fight
    Love alone is worth the fight
    Love alone is worth the fight Writer/s: JON FOREMAN, TIM FOREMAN
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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