"Carry On" as written by Joseph Scott Sappington, Paul Allen Crosby, Christopher Jon Dabaldo, David A. Novotny and Wayne A. Swinny....
I found a treasure in you, a black coal diamond in the rough.
I chipped away to find out, that there was nothing here.
Nothin' like I thought.

I learned that lesson slowly, over seven years I threw away.
Giving you my total attention.
While I was finding you I lost my way.

Sinking like a stone, cutting to the bone.
How can I be safe, or find my way back home.
'Cause you have been erased, I'd rather be alone.
You best be on your way so I can carry on.

You stuck your blade within me.
Cold metal and steel sinking through my bones.
But you have resurrected, everything I couldn't feel and I thought was gone.

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"Carry On" as written by Mathew Oscar Meyers Robbie Craig

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI've heard this song on MLB 2006 and stupidest thing happens during the second verse they bleep out the word "blade" but yet they keep the fuck you at the end of song stupidest thing I have ever heard (P.S. I don't like baseball but my friend forced me to play the game)
    nirvana69on May 15, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about someone who gave everything to a relationship he was in. And then she left him. This is a really good song.
    dmk89on December 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFYI: the end of the song is:

    Fuck you
    You were never for me
    I can find my way through
    You will never be there or lost there
    Fuck you
    You were never for me
    I would rather kill you
    Can't you see the way ain't inside of you?
    crazydiamond1to9on December 27, 2006   Link

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