You're Gonna Make It

April 25, 2012
By amarie101 SILVER, West Union, West Virginia
amarie101 SILVER, West Union, West Virginia
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Favorite Quote:
"I feel the adrenaline moving through my veins. Spotlight on me and
I'm ready to break. I'm like a performer, the danceflloor is my stage. Better be ready, hope that you feel the same." -Britney Spears, Circus


It's hard to stop the pain when you're really hurt
The only thing you can think of is going away for good
But deep down inside you, the part that you don't know and can't find
That part is trying to tell you
(You're gonna make it)

Now that part is telling you, you're gonna make it through
(You're trying to fight)
It's really hard to see it, but
(You're gonna make it)
Now deep down inside you, the part that you don't know and can't find is telling you
(You're gonna make it)

Now that part is telling you, you're gonna make it through
(You're trying to fight)
It's really hard to see it, but
(You're gonna make it)
Now deep down inside you, the part that you don't know and can't find is telling you
(You're gonna make it)

You think it's impossible but it's true
You think you're not gonna make it (but you will)
No matter what you do (you think it's impossible)
It might seem impossible to you, but soon you'll know
(You're gonna make it)

Now that part is telling you, you're gonna make it through
(You're trying to fight)
It's really hard to see it, but
(You're gonna make it)
Now deep down inside you, the part that you don't know and can't find is telling you
(You're gonna make it)

Don't put yourself down
(You're gonna make it)
You shouldn't let the bad times control you
Let the good times flow into you
(You're gonna make it)
You can always try again
You think you've done it wrong, but
You'll always get it right in the end

Now that part is telling you, you're gonna make it through
(You're trying to fight)
It's really hard to see it, but
(You're gonna make it)
Now deep down inside you, the part that you don't know and can't find is telling you
(You're gonna make it)

You're gonna make it
Oh-wa-oh-oh


The author's comments:
I wrote this song back when I was in about 7th grade. I wrote it to show my grandma that there are people that love her and care about her and that she should never give up. She was always upset and felt like no one loved her because of how she was treated growing up. I loved my grandma very much and couldn't stand to see her like that. She died when I was in 8th grade of a heart-attack. And now I use this song to keep me from giving up. I was really close to her. I still grieve about it...but I've been coping.

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