Treasure Island

Jennifer Hanners


MARCH [song lyrics]; copyrighted - Jennifer Hanners


First verse:
These steps I take are not in vain. There is a purpose to this walk…to my pain.
This road I travel is uncertain but I will not change my path…just ‘cause I’m afraid.

All my life I have been waiting…

Pre-chorus:
All my life I have been waiting for a worthy enemy. Are you ready, are you ready for me?
Guess it’s time I have a fight where I might finally bleed.

Here we go now…

Chorus:
You can kick me to the ground…stand and watch me burn…shout that you are proud, but don’t think that I have lost.
You can knock me to a crawl…time for you to learn, you haven’t won at all…if you don’t kill me I will rise and I will
I will March.
March.

Second verse:
My feet feel broken but there’s life in what I’ve spoken…in what I believe.
So I breathe in and I breathe out and I battle any doubt until it leaves.

All my life I have been waiting…

Pre-chorus:
All my life I have been waiting just to prove that I won’t break. Are you ready, are you ready for me?
Guess it’s time to make this right and show you how much I can take.

Here we go now…

Chorus:
You can kick me to the ground…stand and watch me burn…shout that you are proud, but don’t think that I have lost.
You can knock me to a crawl…time for you to learn, you haven’t won at all…if you don’t kill me I will rise and I will
I will March…mid-vocal held out…
March.

Bridge:
Move a little bit move a little bit more, there is something you keep moving for…step off, step out of my face or die trying to stop my cause...

Run a little bit, catch your breath, run again. Gut it out, gut it out, find your light my friend. You feel beaten as you hug the dirt but you have to stand to

March.

Move a little bit move a little bit more, there is something you keep moving for…step off, step out of my face or die trying to stop my cause... mix in spoken part underneath

Run a little bit, catch your breath, run again. Gut it out, gut it out, find your light my friend. You feel beaten as you hug the dirt but you have to stand to

March. Speak you feel beaten as you hug the dirt but you have to stand to March…

Chorus:
You can kick me to the ground…stand and watch me burn…shout that you are proud, but don’t think that I have lost. All my life I have been waiting…are you ready for me?
You can knock me to a crawl…time for you to learn, you haven’t won at all…if you don’t kill me I will rise and I will Are you ready, are you ready to bleed?

March.

You can kick me to the ground…stand and watch me burn…shout that you are proud, but don’t think that I have lost.
You can knock me to a crawl…time for you to learn, you haven’t won at all…if you don’t kill me I will rise and I will

March.

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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