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Facing forwards, sinking in thin air
Help me learn, learn to breathe again
Facing forwards, sinking in thin air
Help me breathe

I know I've lost my way
So show me

There are demons inside my head
I always let em win, I always let them win
I have to learn to suffocate them
The lost ask for a hand
But I can't stop, I never stop

Chorus

I've been losing my footing here
I'm all mixed up in this
I need some kind of change
God make it stop, I can't make it stop
This place is getting smaller

Everything in your darkest thoughts about me
Might be true
I hear the words you say
I still feel nothing
I put my voice out there for you to hear
But the words never make much sense to you

I've lost my path
I'm fading fast
I've lost my path
I'm fading fast
Time is short
Time is up

[Chorus:]

This is really my plan
To get out in one piece
Is this really your plan
To keep my lost and on my knees

I say redemption 2X
Can someone help me hold on



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