Worthwhile

from by Homebound

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With each word, I try to find a way to focus this tired mind.

You'll tell me it's worth it in the end,

Or will I end up like the rest of them,

Fall back in line and remember when,

I was young and I was stupid,

I threw this away, my youth included.

Was there ever a time or even a place,

Somewhere we could all relate,

To memories we hold so close or the choice we'd regret the most.

And so I drop my head between my knees,

In search of perspective and clarity.

Now I've come to stick with those who care and understand the sentiments I share.

Those from a place where I call home couldn't make me feel more alone.

You made your choice and now I make mine,

I am the product of my dreams.

We'll do our best while we have time,

This is my shadow that never leaves.

Was there ever a time or even a place,

Somewhere we could all relate,

To memories we hold so close or the choice we'd regret the most.

And so I drop my head between my knees,

In search of perspective and clarity.

And you'll see your true colours start to show when it's make or break and you need to know.

So I've got myself dragged into this and as far as I can tell,

I'll never find another place somewhere I truly felt,

That I can make my mark and work to play my part.

I'm giving everything I have,

Everything I have.

If this falls through you know I’ll take it all to heart.

I won't let myself fall apart.

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from Permanence, released July 17, 2015

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