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It's gotten cold in here
But a solemn warmth draws near
And with a gentle touch
All these burdens and such fears
Are wiped clear
Who says you ought to stay?
How's this the easier way?
It's far from giving up
Cowards never say enough is enough

And then I'm lifted up
Out of the crimson tub
The bath begins to drain
And from the floor he prays away
All my pain

Who says that God exists?
We can't see icons or myths, but
Well, I believe in you
Do you believe in me, too?
Gabriel

All the things you can't control
Should never destroy the love one holds
I found a place
I found a place
I found a place where we belong

Never be up and down, be in between the whitest clouds
Never did I ever think I'd find all the things I've found
'Cause how you keep on living when you're always but a million down
All I've ever wanted was to be happy and make you proud



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    I feel as if this is either a song about him finding false hope in someone, or attempting to talk someone out of suicide by saying that he found a place where they belong in the world, including their thoughts in the beginning. "Far from giving up" sounds like the person attempting suicide, whereas "How's this the easier way?" Sounds like him trying to talk some sense into it.

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