Sing It Out

Album: Hello Hurricane (2009)
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  • I'm on the run
    I'm on the ropes this time
    Where is my song?
    I've lost the song of my soul tonight

    Sing it out
    Sing it out
    Take what is left of me
    And make it a melody

    Sing it out
    Sing out-loud
    I can't the words to sing
    You'd be my remedy

    My song
    My song
    I'll sing with what's left of me

    Where is the sun?
    Feel like a ghost this time
    Where have you gone?
    I need your breath in my lungs tonight

    Sing it out

    I'm holding on
    I'm holding on to you
    My world is wrong
    My world is a lie that's come true
    And I fall in love with the ones that run me through
    When all along all I need is you

    Sing it out Writer/s: JON FOREMAN, TIM FOREMAN
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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