"Life is Hard" as written by and Jade Allyson Castrinos Alexander Ebert....
Life is beauty through and through
Life is sunny, life is cool
Life is even easy too
But if my word is to be true
Life is something to behold
But if the truth is to be told
Let us not leave out any part
Do not fear, it's safe to say it here
You will not be called a weakling
Nor a fraud
For feeling the pain of the whole wide world
You want to help but can't help the feeling you cannot
And it's killing you while you're just trying to smile from your heart
So go on, say it, on the same knees you're praying
Yes, life is hard

Come celebrate
Life is hard
Come celebrate, life is hard
All life is all we are

Celebrate it in the sun, promenade it with everyone
Elevate it in a song
And I'll be there to play it, don't get me wrong
When I feel like dying and being gone
When life is hard
There's just one thing, let's not forget
Yes! life is it!
Life is it, life is it, it's where it's at
It's getting skinny, getting fat
It's falling deep into a love,
It's getting crushed just like about
Life there's no love, its getting beat into the ground
It's getting lost and getting found,
To growing up and getting round
It's feeling silence, feeling sound
It's feeling lonely, feeling full
It's feeling oh so beautiful!

Come celebrate
Life is hard
Come celebrate
Life is hard
All life is all we are

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"Life Is Hard" as written by Jade Allyson Castrinos Alex Ebert


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    General CommentIt's getting crushed just like a bug
    Like there's no love, its getting beat into the ground
    greenishgreyon October 16, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so encompassing and potent, it really does amaze me. Few songs have made me feel quite like this one.
    Raven95on July 24, 2014   Link

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