Carry The Weight

Album: Single release only (2019)
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  • Carry the weight, broken and chained
    All of my suffering on display
    Is there solace in the struggle?

    Grief, an open wound never healing
    Brought to my knees, left with an echoing feeling
    So tell me, is this it?
    Is misery all that I'm left with?
    Just tell me, is this it?
    Can I get up or should I give in?
    I carry the weight

    Carry the weight, broken and chained
    All of my suffering on display
    Every day, is there solace in the struggle?
    Carry the weight, broken and chained
    Closing my eyes I see your face
    Every day, is there solace in the struggle?

    As I'm surrounded by my grief
    Brought to my knees

    Unending pain, it fills the void that's inside my heart
    Leaving an emptiness in its wake
    And since the moment that you departed
    I've carried the weight

    Carry the weight, broken and chained
    All of my suffering on display
    Every day, is there solace in the struggle?

    Carry the weight, broken and chained
    Closing my eyes I see your face
    Every day, is there solace in the struggle?
    Is there solace in the struggle?

    Through the blinding pain, you will be our sight
    In our darkest days, we will find your light

    Through the blinding pain, you will be our sight
    In our darkest days, we will find your light
    In our darkest days, we will find your light Writer/s: Andy Glass, Brian Cotton, Dave Stephens, David Puckett, Joshua Moore
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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