"Impossible" as written by Adam David Messinger, Trevor Mcnevan and Chris Greenwood....
Crying and hiding this feeling
Running and fighting for freedom

This is the last time, I'll cry lullabies
All night can't sleep I hear the floors creek
I feel shadows in my room
My friends find another bruise
I'm a end up on the news
I just don't know what to do
God I'm calling you
Send an angel send two
I want a move but I'm trapped in the outer room
I know you hear me clearly I'm weary
Come and fill me with your power heal me

It seems impossible for me to let this go
Feel like an animal, I'm ready to lose control
Take everything you need, take every part of me
Take every part of me give me some room to breathe
I got to get away
Got a break away
Save me
Got to find away
Got to break the chains
Take me
Before I lose control
Before I lose control
It seems impossible
It's not impossible

I'm tired so tired of walking through this fire
If you want to find me I'll be here in my room
I'm thinking your drinking,
Need to get out before you start swinging
Wish I could show you all the pain inside me

It seems impossible
Crying and hiding this feeling
Running and hiding from freedom
For me to loose control
Crying and hiding this feeling
Running and hiding from freedom

I'm so tired a walking this line through the fire
If you want to find me I'm in my room retired
Hiding this feeling I'm thinking your drinking
Sinking deep ducking under your swinging, out a commission
Living cold day's hallways filled with the mistakes
Wish I could show you all the pain inside it's caused me
It used to be a house, a home now it's neither yo
So I'm leaving with the cross strapped to my soul

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"Impossible" as written by Trevor Mcnevan Adam Messinger


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    General CommentOver the past year I have had a wave of emotions pass over me that I did not necessarliy know how to deal with in a healthy manner. I did not know how to deal with anger except to blow up and express it. This did not always work out so well for me. Anger leads to anger and hate breeds more hate. If you listen to this song, without concentrating on the lyrics, it sounds like a typical expresion of musical rage. The lyrics, however, are extremely positve and speak of a need to reach out for God's help in those times of trouble and hurt. Anger is a healthy and necessary emotion, but if it is not dealt with in a healthy manner it will come back to haunt you.
    MusicisTherapyon April 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWow! Trevor McNevan canmanage to make anythign effing amazing. Everything he is part of is amazing. And he even made this rap song good! In fact amazing.
    rockinallnighton August 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about a boy being abused by his father and hes trying to get out...and hes asking God for help..but it also could be applied to any problem anyone has.
    Cassay280on February 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI agree with cassay280 to a point, like from the lines 'i'm thinking you're drinking need to get out before you start swinging.' i don't normally like rap but this i find absolutely incredible...
    worldrebelon July 06, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationMy interpretation of the song is a little different than most. While I agree partially with Cassay280 about the abused person (doesn't necessarily have to be a little boy; the abuse could be self harm, too. ) I also think there's two seperate stories going on in the song. That's one, but the other is the struggle between right and wrong... As a Christian artist, I thnk Manafest is using the analogy that he wants to break away from his sin and he knows if he doesn't, it's going to destroy him. There's a sense of desperation in the first lines ('Cryin' and hidin' this feeling/Running and fighting for freedom") as well as in the chorus, that reminds me of the struggle we face when we are tempted to sin. And then there's a sense of surrender in the last part of the chorus, where God is being asked to fix things ("Take everything You need/Take every part of me/ Give me some room to breathe/ Before I lose control")
    ladye211on August 30, 2012   Link

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