there's so much on my mind lately
I can't make out my own thoughts anymore
I don't know where one begins
and the other one ends
I wish that I could push a button
and turn it all off
just for a little while
long enough to take a breath
and then I'll know

it'll be OK
it'll be alright

there's so much that needs done lately
I can't make out what's important anymore
I don't know where my needs begin
and someone else's end
I don't wanna let anybody down
cause i feel like I'm falling down when I do
but for now would someone else please volunteer to say...

it'll be OK
it'll be alright

life is hard for everyone
so let's blow it all off just for a little while
let's take a break
it'll still be there when we get back
I always try to solve all our problems
by working real hard
going just another mile
but every now and then I think
we should let it go and say...

it'll be OK
it'll be alright

this is my last verse
and it's for everyone feeling not so great today
we don't know what's coming just around the bend
always hard to believe in your own life
easier to find belief for a friend
I'll hope for you
you for me
and together we can say...

it'll be OK
it'll be alright

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    to me this song is about not giving up, & also understanding that sometimes it's easier to hope for other people than for yourselves, but as long as we're all looking out for each other then it'll be ok in the end.

    cadystaron November 18, 2007   Link

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