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I've got my back against the wall
But I can still hear the blue sky call
The chains that hold me back inside
Are the prisons of my mind, yeah

Free, come set me free, down on my knees
I still believe you can save me from me
Come set me free, come set me free
Inside this shell there's a prison cell
Inside this shell there's a prison cell

I try to live the light of day
Why would I do what I hate?
But when try to reach above
I only I hurt the ones I love, yeah

Free, come set me free, down on my knees
I still believe you can save me from me
Come set me free, come set me free
Inside this shell there's a prison cell

There's a hole in the neighborhood where the shadows fall
There's a hole in my heart but my hope is not in me at all
I had a dream that my chains were broken, broken, broken open

Free, come set me free, down on my knees
I still believe you can save me from me
Come set me free, I still believe
Inside this shell there's a prison cell
Inside this shell there's a prison cell
Inside this shell there's a prison cell

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Songwriter(s): Jon Foreman
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Switchfoot Fanatic 10/28/10,16:44
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This band is amazing. I'm putting together an album, and Jon Foreman is SUCH an inspiration to me. His lyrics are so powerful, and his voice is spellbinding. Be on the lookout for Brian Webb's Album.
person 02/07/10,15:38
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This song has to be one of the best on the album, the whole album is amazing though. It is truly inspirational.
avalanche19 11/27/09,15:32
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Absolutely encouraging and insightful and inspirational album. If you haven't got it yet you should. Could it be more relevant in this day and time?
vasial 11/14/09,08:39
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Absolutely amazing, every song on this album has already totally got me. This is by far better than Oh! Gravity. Though I love that album as well, this is truly amazing. Great job Switchfoot!
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