All day long
I've sat here for
Again I find my way
Let the ride still go on
But will I see your face
But now is the time
We will survive
To see the light of another day
But now is the time
We will survive
To see the light of another
Days go by
What can I do?
What can I do for you?
And in the end
What will there be
And how much breath of me
[Chorus x3]


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    last line is wrong, its: "And how much left of me"

    this is one of those songs you'll never get tired of listening

    xHARDCORE4CHRISTxon November 07, 2006   Link
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    Holy cow, this song rocks. I found out about these guys on the warped tour site(in heather's pit report" and I have to say these guys are amazing. I think this song is about wanting to help someone so much and just waiting for the chance to do so. Major props to these guys and I hope they make it big soon!

    LessThanAlexon July 07, 2003   Link
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    cant believe only 1 person has commented so far!

    tommyhaychon April 08, 2004   Link
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    omg y only 2 comments this song is fucking so good

    ixlrufiolxlon April 27, 2004   Link
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    This song is kickass...it's so awesome!

    elementalsk8er5on May 04, 2004   Link
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    this songs amazing this bands amazing far from nowhere is one of my favorite cds by any band. slick shoes were on mtv's 'next new thing' show and cd and i think they won an award on fuse's next big thing awards so i hope more people find out how great they are

    lazykid1289on June 23, 2004   Link

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