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Give up

There a point in life where you want to give up
Shut down and go in a corner
Where there no more fighting left in you
There no more struggling you can handle
No more tears you can cry
There just no more left
How much can we go on
Go on with nothing
Continue laughing and smiling
When you don’t know what tomorrow will bring
Hell you don’t know what the next hour will bring
How can you continue making it through
Without a break
With out a chance
With out the will…
There a point in life where you give up
Shut down and go in a corner
But you get back up
Take a breath 
And walk another step
Crawl if you have to
There’s point in life when you want to give up 
But you cant
I need you…
So when you shut down
And you just don’t know what to do
I don’t either
When your broken 
I’m broken to
When you cry 
I cry  harder
When you give up 
I wont
We have to much to live for
To much to accomplish
To many dreams untold
I need you to tell me its ok
I need you to figure this out
I need you to be ok
Because when your not
I’m not
When there nothing else we can do
There something
When there no option left
There one more
When you cant go on anymore 
You can
So when you cant take it any more
I will be there pick you up
Help you walk 
And tell you it will be ok
Because I believe in you

And we will survive
              Because
                    We have to

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