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In the Dark
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

I lay here in the darkness
Where no one else can see me
And no matter how much I move
I still can't be seen
I might as well be talking to a wall
I may as well have not
Spoken at all

I guess I'm just

Whispering in the dark
Trying so hard not to fall apart
Wondering if to them I'm really there
Wondering if anyone truly cares
Could I just be making everything hard
By trying so hard not to fall apart
I can't stand this broken heart
I might as well be
Whispering in the dark



I flail my arms around
So as not to risk falling to the ground
'Cuz I know that if I do
It'll be my signal to lose
But I don't wanna lose
I don't wanna die
I don't want to choose to give up on my fight
There's got to be a way out
I just have to make the right sound

I guess I'm just

Whispering in the dark
Trying so hard not to fall apart
Wondering if to them I'm really there
Wondering if anyone truly cares
Could I just be making everything hard
By trying so hard not to fall apart
I can't stand this broken heart
I might as well be
Whispering in the dark




I'm whispering in the dark
Trying so hard not to fall apart
Wondering if to them I'm really there
Wondering if anyone truly cares
Could I just be making everything hard
By trying so hard not to fall apart
I can't stand this broken heart
I might as well be
Whispering in the dark

Written by To Breathe Again. © To Breathe Again

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