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Bianca Edwards

(February 24,1994 / Grand Rapids, Michigan)

I Can't Take It Anymore


I've wept and cried so many times
The only thing that is left is a smile from time to time
I wanna scream, I can't take it anymore
People don't understand, they make my heart sore
There's just so much pressure
Sometimes too much peer pressure
Oh, Lord, take me away
To a place where I would feel comfortable enough to stay
Give me strength, to move along
'Cause without you, It would be long
Give me faith and give me wisdom
Wisdom to all the kingdoms
But when I feel you are not there
I feel that life is even more unfair
Without you dear Jesus, I am BLIND
No comfort I find
Please Lord take me from this misery
The joy I search for is a mystery
I don't wanna feel sore
So Lord don't let me say
I can't take it anymore...

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2008
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