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To Breathe Again
Rock, Metal

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To Breathe Again is a hard rock group from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Drawing inspiration from such bands as Shinedown, InGhosts, Halestorm, and Black Label Society, TBA set out to inspire hope in those who feel like they don't have a voice. Austin and Greg both suffer from depression and have dealt with thoughts of suicide. They found refuge in the words of these bands. Now, they hope to be that voice for a new generation.

Stay safe. Stay strong. And most importantly: remember To Breathe Again.

Lyrics

You wear, me down
Build me up just to drown me out
You tear, apart
Skip the seams and go straight for the heart
Your hatred is a detriment
Your words unthought, but only said
Your snide remarks pierce my skin
With the knife your twisted further in

But Nothing that you say
Will change my mind that it’s
NOT RIGHT
But nothing that I say to you
Will get through your mind
I’m begging and I’m pleading for somebody to
HEAR ME
While you just go ahead and

Take what you want from me
Because there’s nothing left to give
Claim your crown, you well known thief
Prove to yourself that you can

You picked a fight to prove your worth
You faked your might as you stood
On backs that were never meant
To bear your burden* now
Your time is up, the fuel is lit
The match I used has snapped your grip
It was all a game, your creation
And it’s all over now

Nothing that I say
Will convince you it’s
NOT RIGHT
But nothing that you say
Could ever fire the gaslight
You manipulate and cheat and tonight is the
LAST TIME
That you just go ahead and

Take what you want from me
Because there’s nothing left to give
Claim your crown, you well known thief
Prove to yourself that you can
Rule the world and consume until
You begin to descend
And that is when you’ll finally see
That this is where it ends

THIS IS WHERE IT ENDS
(And then lower)
THIS IS WHERE IT ENDS

Written by To Breathe Again. © To Breathe Again

Current Issue
Apr. 22-28
Vol. 25 No. 37


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