"Strong Enough to Break" as written by Greg Wells, Zachary Walker Hanson, Clarke Isaac Hanson and Jordan Taylor Hanson....
I don't feel myself today
Just a figure in a big monopoly game
Struggle is the price you pay
You get just enough just to give it away
I'm sinking, but I'm floating away
Throw me a line so I can anchor my pain
The fabric is about to fray
The fabric is about to fray

[Chorus]
Maybe you could take a look at yourself lately
Maybe you could take a look at yourself lately
Maybe you could take a look at yourself lately
Things keep coming and I keep wondering
I start feeling the walls close in
Things keep coming and I keep stumbling
I start feeling I'm strong enough to break
Oh, I start feeling I'm strong enough to break

Been running through my mind today
Scenarios to add to your hypocrisy
No one ever takes the blame
But everyone is searching for a cure to the pain
Nothing ever seems to change
Oh, nothing ever seems to change
We just play like broken records in a deaf man's charade

[Chorus]

Carry on just a pawn and the same old song
I'm still holding on
The fabric is about to fray

Maybe you could take a look at yourself lately
Maybe you could take a look at yourself lately
Things keep coming and I keep wondering
I start feeling the walls close in
Things keep coming and I keep stumbling
I start feeling I'm strong enough to break
Things keep coming and I keep wondering
I start feeling the walls close in
Things keep coming and I keep stumbling
I start feeling I'm strong enough to break
Oh, I start feeling I'm strong enough to break


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"Strong Enough to Break" as written by Clarke Isaac Hanson Greg Wells

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