"Can't Take It" as written by and James Lorell Moss....
I would go on throughout my day
Thought I was okay
But I really didn't have commitment

I was prestige in many eyes
They didn't see me cry
I really could hide my torment

Though it seemed I was fine
It continued all the time
I'm only human and the pressure
Is getting to me

I just can't take it no more
My strength has walked out the door
And it left me and told me
I can't go no more

I just can't take it no more
I just want to lay down and die
God, if you hear me, come near me
You're my only hope, You're my only hope
Said, You're my only hope

I wish I had another chance
I would fervently seek Your hand
I would've survived the avalanche

I didn't see the road to take
So, I gave my life away
Now there's no way I can pray from a grave

Though it seemed I was fine
It continued all the time
I'm only human and the pressure
Is getting to me

I just can't take it no more
My strength has walked out the door
And it left me and told me
I can't go no more

I just can't take it no more
I just want to lay down and die
God, if you hear me, come near me
You're my only hope

Listen to me, you can do all things if you
Turn to the one Who's made you

You've got to take a little more
Your strength has walked out the door
And it left you and told you
It can't go no more

You've got to take a little more
You might want to lay down and die
Just know God hears you, He's near you
He's your only hope

Take a little more
Your strength has walked out the door
And it left you and told you
It can't go no more

You've got to take a little more
You might want to lay down and die
Just know God hears you, He's near you
He's your only hope

Take a little more


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"Can't Take It" as written by James Lorell Moss

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