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    gloryandus:

    Hymn for Her | Anchor & Braille

    I don’t wanna find someone I can live with
    I just want to find someone that I can’t live without
    I’m not looking for another saviour
    I’m just searching for a little lamb that I can hold
    To keep so safe and warm

    This is a hymn
    A hymn for her
    To the one that I’ll adore
    So sing your hymn
    Your hymn for her
    Is this too much to ask?

    I can’t wait, for those sleepless nights
    Where only the bottle seems to calm the little beast
    Daydream now of your dear embrace
    Where we lie, lie in the still of morning face to face
    Dreaming face to face

    (via lyshaeskro)

    takemetomountains:

    When I was young I fell in love with story,
    With the eleventh hour, with the blaze of glory.

    The theater lights dim and all goes quiet.
    In the darkest of rooms, light shines the brightest.

    When hands are tied and clocks are ticking,
    An audience convinced: we’re leaning in,
    Holding our breath again.

    Just when we thought the game was over
    The music lifts and our dying solider lives!
    And we breathe a sigh of relief.

    We’re leaving, we’re leaving our shadows behind us now.
    We’re leaving, we’re leaving it all behind for now.

    But even dust was made to settle
    And if we’re made of dust, then what makes us any different?
    I guess we give what we’ve been given:
    A family tree so very good at giving up
    When we’ve had enough.
    Though truth is heavier than fiction,
    Gravity lifts as the projectionist rolls tape.
    And it makes us brave again
    And it makes us brave again
    And it makes us brave.

    So we’re leaving, we’re leaving our shadows behind us now.
    We’re leaving, we’re leaving it all behind for now.
    And it makes us brave again
    And it makes us brave.
    We’re leaving, we’re leaving ‘em all behind for now.

    (via lyshaeskro)

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