Unsteady

Album: VHS (2015)
Charted: 20
  • Hold
    Hold on
    Hold on to me
    'Cause I'm a little unsteady
    A little unsteady

    Hold
    Hold on
    Hold on to me
    'Cause I'm a little unsteady
    A little unsteady

    Mama, come here
    Approach, appear
    Daddy, I'm alone
    'Cause this house don't feel like home

    If you love me, don't let go
    If you love me, don't let go

    Hold
    Hold on
    Hold on to me
    'Cause I'm a little unsteady
    A little unsteady

    Hold
    Hold on
    Hold on to me
    'Cause I'm a little unsteady
    A little unsteady

    Mother, I know
    That you're tired of being alone
    Dad, I know you're trying
    To fight when you feel like flying

    If you love me, don't let go
    If you love me, don't let go

    Hold
    Hold on
    Hold on to me
    'Cause I'm a little unsteady
    A little unsteady

    Hold
    Hold on
    Hold on to me
    'Cause I'm a little unsteady
    A little unsteady

    Hold
    Hold on
    Hold on to me
    'Cause I'm a little unsteady
    A little unsteady Writer/s: Alexander Junior Grant, Noah G. Feldshuh, Casey Wakeley Harris, Samuel Nelson Harris, Adam Levin
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Jessica from VirginiaAs an Adult Child of Divorce myself, I relate a lot to this song. For any other Adult Children of divorce out there, please check out lifegivingwounds.org which is a ministry for helping us heal from this enormous and ongoing wound. God bless.
  • Cameron A. from Tennessee This song hits so close to home for me. I can’t listen to it without bawling. I lost my dad 3 years ago. Last words I ever said to him was “Daddy please don’t go”. I know he wouldn’t have gone if he wasn’t so tired. He fought so hard for so long.
    “Daddy, I know you’re trying to fight when you feel like flying. If you love me, don’t let go”.
  • Kathleen Taylor from Ellijay GaThe song unsteady is a song that I can relate to because I went through the divorce of my parents when I was 16 and it was the hardest thing ever on top of losing family at the same time
  • Jeff from RoswellYou know why this song is so amazing? It's because the meaning could be interpreted in multiple ways. At first, I thought he may be talking about depression. Then I thought he could maybe also be talking about how he was gay and talking about his parents dealing with it (him coming out). And now this makes sense (^ the explanation on the website).

    Btw, I don't know anything about X Ambassadors. So if he's straight, then that's why I didn't know. Lol
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