"Suffer in Silence" as written by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Billy Luz Sprague....
Heart in a bottle
High on a shelf
Fragile, but just out of reach
Cause you build a fortress
With the distance you keep
But when your heart aches
Doesn't it cut deep?

You don't have to suffer
Suffer in silence
You don't have to suffer
Suffer in silence

Don't you know that your
Heart can feel like an anchor
When you keep it all inside
No no, don't suffer in silence

Withered in sadness
And hurting inside
But feeling afraid to impose
So you're an island
But you don't have to be
Cause if you're inclined
You can talk to me

But you don't have to suffer
Suffer in silence
You don't have to suffer
Suffer in silence
Oh I know that the pain can seem like an ocean
But I'm just a word away
No no, don't suffer in silence

I'll be your shelter, I'll be your retreat
I'll be your shield against the wind
So, if you need a shoulder for the tears that you keep
Let em come down
Let it rain on me

Cause you don't have to suffer
Suffer in silence
You should never have to suffer
Suffer in silence
Oh, I will hear when you're calling
Like a voice above the storm
No no, don't suffer in silence

You don't have to suffer
Suffer in silence
You don't have to suffer
Suffer in silence
Don't you know that your
Heart can feel like an anchor
When you keep it all inside
No no, don't suffer in silence



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"Suffer in Silence" as written by Wayne Kirkpatrick Billy Luz Sprague

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