Take care my heart, hold fast your ground,
Let not these sorrows, weigh you down.
Just you and I, my trembling heart,
In quiet darkness, we depart,
On journey through this endless maze,
We've built upon our tortured days.
Beyond the guise of happiness,
Intrude the woes of emptiness;
Alone amongst these thoughts are we,
In silent void of misery.
I urge you, beat your rhythm fair,
To overcome this deep despair;
Do not grow silent lest we fall,
And find ourselves succumbed to all.
'Tis in these times, we persevere,
While beg the pain to disappear;
Though long before the night is through,
I fear this ache shall smother you.
Take hold my heart, and carry on,
'Tis only hours before the dawn.