"Try" as written by and Kina Grannis....
Try

Having nowhere else to go
He was lonely, she was cold.
Whenever they went out
It seemed as though the world began to grow
The two they both had not felt big enough
To take in something of their own
And they kept moving along, singing a song
A sad song, of how they'd never learn
And they'd never know

Chorus:
To try.
They've been paralyzed by fearful eyes
And realize you can move along
Write your own song
And be on your way

He had always dreamed to change
The world around him,
Rearrange the mess
Because through his eyes it all was beautiful
But not to all the rest
He had so much to say, he had so much to show
But he kept moving along, singing a song
A sad song, of how he'd never learn
And he'd never know

Chorus

She was unsure of many things
But disregarding all the others, she loved to sing.
But she was too scared to fail
Too scared to give it a go
And she kept moving along, singing a song
A sad song, of how'd she'd never learn
And she'd never know

Chorus

Bridge:
So I'll stop running away
If you start learning to stay and speak your mind
And I'll keep writing my songs
If you stop thinking you're wrong today.

Chorus



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"Try" as written by Kina Kasuya Grannis

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    General CommentIm pretty sure this song means that you want to go out and try, but your scared of failing.

    And the line:

    And they kept moving along, singing a song
    a sad song, of how they'd never learn
    and they'd never know

    Im pretty sure that means that they will go and stay in a sadness of wondering and never knowing what would of happened if they went out and tried.
    justalilcrazyon February 28, 2010   Link

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