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Look in the basement of your heart
There is a light that just went dark
Look through the wreckage to find reverie
There is a truth that we all must see

You waited for someone to come and save you
But you are afraid to see the truth

The insecurities
That you cling to
Will steal the beauty of your youth

Take comfort to know, take comfort to know
That we are reborn together,
Reborn to follow

So hold high young hopes
Find what you love and let the rest all go

Hearts
Burn
On

And it takes
More strength
To move on

Hearts
Burn
On

on

Dig up the nails,
Pull up the floorboards
Come to face with your subconscious mind

The devil, the sinner, the saint
They're all in our blood

But we must choose the path that we walk
On

We get to choose the path that we walk
On

Light the flame in your soul and burn on

Hearts
Burn
On

And it takes
More strength
To move on

Hearts
Burn
On

And it takes
More strength
To move on

Don't be afraid
To stumble and weep
Enjoy the journey
Even when its steep

The mountains teach us
to rise up and reach
Enjoy the journey
even when you're weak

Passion pushes the urge
Your love of life determines what you're worth

Go now and unlearn
And burn, and burn, and burn, and burn

Look in the basement of your heart
There is a light that just went dark
Look through the wreckage to find reverie
There is a truth that we all must see

Hearts
Burn
On


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"The Path" as written by Daniel Trapp Buddy James Nielsen

Lyrics © BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    My Opinioni cant tell if he's talking about christians when he said "passion pushes urges... go now and unlearn and burn" that part sort of hurted me. i feel like he lost faith
    IMinovatedon March 21, 2013   Link

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