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And I don't know
This could break my heart or save me
Nothing's real
Until you let go completely
So here I go with all my thoughts I've been saving
So here I go with all my fears weighing on me

Three months and I'm still sober
Picked all my weeds but kept the flowers

And I don't know
I could crash and burn but maybe
At the end of this road I might catch a glimpse of me

Three months and I'm still breathing
Been a long road since those hands I left my tears in
But I know it's never really over, no

Wake up

Three months and I'm still standing here
Three months and I'm getting better yeah
Three months yeah, three months are hard

Three months and I'm still breathing
Three months and I still remember it
Three months I wake up

Three months and I'm still sober
Picked all my weeds but kept the flowers

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    phoenix_musicJan 7, 2009 at 5:59 am
    I thought at first that this song is all about moving on after a bad relationship. But i read in one of the lyrics site that its actually about a song dedicated to alchoholics. It actually made sense fromt hen on
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    UnregisteredOct 28, 2013 at 9:54 am
    To me, this song reminds me of the message i recieved from my fathers affair... Letting me know graphically what went on. How as a daddys girl, i could brush her off.. Or face the truth in front of me... Let myself sink into other means of dealing with my grief... Or come out stronger in the end. With the reality that is my life.

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