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Still lucky to be alive
So many times I’ve been here on the edge of this knife
There’s a hole in the ground
A man he waits for me but doesn’t make a sound

I’m in the middle of road
In the calm before the storm

I’m not giving in not breaking down
Just on my knees
I’ve got to get my feet back on the ground
Cause I’m on my knees

Tryin to survive
Chasing a dream that lives somewhere in the night
Like a shadow over me
I’m runnin from someone I can never really see

It’s a cry for help
I need to save me from myself

I’m not giving in not breaking down
Just on my knees
Got to get my feet back on the ground
Cause I’m on my knees

Not giving up this time no never going to let go
I’ll make it back to life in one piece I know
Been living on the edge, for so long
Last chance to hold on
I can’t be to strong

And I won’t let go
No matter how hard
Cause I can’t go back
No I can’t go back

I’m not giving in not breaking down
I’m just on my knees (on my knees)
Got to get my feet back on the ground
Cause I’m on my knees

I’m not giving in not breaking down
I’m just on my knees (on my knees)
Got to get my feet back on the ground
Cause I’m on my knees



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