Anything Worth Holding On To Lyrics

Lately it seems, I've lost inspiration
It feels like it's miles away
I sleep through the day
And cry through the night time
I'm caught in an empty space

Takes effort to find
I don't have the strength
I'm holding on to what's still left of me

When the life you had planned
Slowly slips through your hands
When it feels like you just slept through all the best years of you're life
When you can't find your way
When each day ends the same
When you've lost the fight inside of you
Is there anything worth holding on to

It's hard to be strong
When weakness is stronger
I'm a prisoner in my own skin
I'm not good on my own
I need to be careful
Someone to help these days begin

There are dreams I've let die
That I just pushed aside
I need to find out how to turn this dark back into light

When the warmth disappears
When it's been one of those years
When you're running from the truth because your scared of what you might find
When your heart's beyond repair
When you wake and no ones there
When your home consists of only you
Is there anything worth holding on to

Maybe tomorrow my heart will reawaken
And I can find what I've been searching for
But today I'm tired and I'm running out of strength
All I know is I can't live like this anymore

When you're so far from home
When you've lost all signs of hope
When you're searching for salvation
But it feels so far away
When the words have disappear
And the melody's unclear
When there's nothing left inside of you
Is there anything worth holding on to

Cause I will still be holding on, to anything worth holding on to

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