"We Were Giants" as written by Aaron James Babcock, Colin Mark Rigsby, Timothy Ryan Skipper and Eric Matthew Newcomer....
I was counting on the chemicals,
I was waiting on a miracle,
Holding back what was inevitable,
Don't go, don't go.
A ray of hope is never tangible,
Change is almost imperceptible,
A great wave that's immeasurable,
But I know, I know,
We were giants once.

Hold on to me,
Hold on to us,
Hold on to me,
We were giants once. I still believe,
Hold on to us,
We can still be,
We were giants once.

I remember how it used to be,
We had a confidence, a certainty,
Like we were in the graces permanently,
Is that so, is that so?
Like a belief that you never see,
Til you decide that it has to be,
That's they way it is with you and me,
And I know, I know,
We were giants once.

Hold on to me,
Hold on to us,
Hold on to me,
We were giants once. I still believe,
Hold on to us,
We can still be,
We were giants once.

Oh don?t let go.
We were giants once.

I was counting on the chemicals,
I was waiting on a miracle,
Holding back what was inevitable,
Giants once.

Hold on to me,
Hold on to us,
Hold on to me,
We were giants once,
I still believe,
We can still be,
Hold on to us
We were giants once


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"We Were Giants" as written by Colin Mark Rigsby Aaron James Babcock

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    My InterpretationWell, this song relates how big the man was and how fast he fell down but hope for a new rise is noticeable ! I love this album. HOH never stops to surprise me :)
    magicberuon December 28, 2012   Link

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