"I'll Catch You" as written by and Rocky Votolato....
The days behind you are haunting
The ones your living in now
The ghost of your past carries
The weight of your name
Where would you be who are you
Without the scaring and the heals that stepped on you
That you cling to with all of your strength
Let go, free fall, it's scary, I know, to forgive all of the devils
Let go, I'll catch you
It's scary, I know, to understand what must be done

Fifty eight Guthrie Street
An old postcard you sent
To help close up wounds that I love to reopen
Quarters in the tequila
On the streets of Houston
You can keep on drinking
But never drown out where you've been
Let go, free fall, it's scary, I know, to forgive all of the devils
Let go, I'll catch you
It's scary, I know to, understand what must be done

There is a statesman servant beneath
The thick skin of remembering
Armor for protection
Let go, free fall, it's scary, I know, to forgive all of the devils
Let go, I'll catch you
It's scary, I know, to understand what must be done


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"I'll Catch You" as written by Rocky Votolato

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    General Commenti love this song. so emotional. i think its just basically saying let go of the past, its making the present bad.
    ..it's scary i know...
    brightestfireflyon June 16, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthis song is absolutly beautiful. i don't think rocky gets enough credit.

    but i feel like this song he's trying to convice a girl that she's worth love, eventhough shes been put through hell. i love this song so much.

    actually i just change my mind, i interprete that this song was written by me.
    aspenbrookeon November 04, 2009   Link
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    General Commentnot by me, about me. btw
    aspenbrookeon November 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWhen my friend introduced me to his music she told me she read an article where he talked about this song. It was based on a letter he wrote to his sister when she was getting a divorce and she gave him permission to turn it into a song
    michaele99on February 04, 2013   Link

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