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Hear Me Now

As I walk through the valley of the shadow of death
I wear my crown of thorns and pull the knife out my chest
I keep searching for something that I never seem to find
But maybe I won't because I left it all behind

Now I'm stuck with this and that'll never change
Always a part of me until the very last day
Where to go from here? What road to travel on?
I spent my whole life choosing and I always chose wrong

Will I try to have the will to be alive?
Will I try because I've never seen the light?
Lowered to the ground and it's now, you see
You spent your whole life taking the best of me

Where'd you go? Where's your home?
How'd you end up all alone?
Can you hear me now?

There's no light, there's no sound
Hard to breathe when you're underground
Can you hear me now? Hear me now

How long can I keep pretending?
That all the stars in the sky could mean something to me
Heaven will open up if I live on my knees
A man of many words but a man of few deeds

Walking these streets, so absent of hope
A pillow of concrete, a man with no home
Lend him a hand then we're walking the way
Leave the virtue of pity, but we live with the shame

So scared to dream in a world with no sunlight
When you wake up, you know it's darker than last night
Quickly we forget sacrifice gone by
Born to walk away, been walking my whole life

Where'd you go? Where's your home?
How'd you end up all alone?
Can you hear me now?

There's no light, there's no sound
Hard to breathe when you're underground
Can you hear me now? Hear me now

Look into my eyes and I see
What do I see? Nothing at all
Take another look around me
What do I see? Nothing at all

Where'd you go? Where's your home?
How'd you end up all alone?
Can you hear me now?

There's no light, there's no sound
Hard to breathe when you're underground
Can you hear me now? Hear me now

Can you hear me? Hear me now

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