"Breathe" as written by John Reuben Zappin, Todd V. Collins and Grant Ellis Harrison....
[Chorus]
breathe in breathe out i'm tired of holding my breath
it's been a while since i've seen this side surface feeling far from home
and distant from purpose worthless this earth is
i wished to vanish from it is it pointless or am i too stupid to take advantage of it

isn't life more valuable than just existing
and aren't dreams more valid than just simple wishing
force myself to listen sit in the silent golden as it may be at times
it feels violent but i'll be patient and wait for your calm to come

even though i get anxious and feel the urge to run for
i know where my strength comes from even though
i get anxious and feel the urge to run

[Chorus]

sometimes you feel like no one can stop you
and other times you feel like you have nothing to offer like right now
i might be scared to death of death and tomorrow
i won't even care about my next breath left in the dark

mad i can't see somewhere between pride and apathy
and i continue on and press past the chaos i feel i just wish for one moment
it would all stand still for real i wish the world would just stop
and let me catch my breath return to that place of child

like rest in attempts to gain more sometimes you come up less
it's got me wanting to get away i guess were all looking for a place of simplicity
but it's a complex world and you can't hide from it's activity but it sure would be nice
to leave the world around so i run towards the sun to shed the earth that surrounds

[Chorus]


Lyrics submitted by oneradchika

"Breathe" as written by Ryan Kulchinsky Max Collins

Lyrics © FUN ATTIC MUSIC , Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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