hopeless Lyrics – Clinton Kane

By | July 9, 2020

hopeless Lyrics – Clinton Kane

hopeless Lyrics

Singer Clinton Kane
  • Release Date – July 3, 2020
  • Produced by – John Carroll Kirby, Steve Rusch & Bram Inscore

 

hopeless Lyrics – Clinton Kane

[Verse 1]
When you’re movin’ at a pace and leave before it started
It’s hard to take a break when you don’t know what’s important
Am I too far gone to stay?
Will I ever wanna change?
If I went another way, would it be different?
If I had the other say, would I had listen?
It’s all I’ve ever known, but now I’m wantin’ more
Fallin’ in and out of place
I don’t know where I wanna be
Afraid of what’s its done to me, woah, oh
But now I’m feelin’ lost and out of reach

[Chorus]
And I can’t find my place
I’ve never had a home to rest my ache
I’m tired of bein’ on my own and broken
Scared that it won’t ever end
I tried and tried again
But all I found is emptiness instead
I’m givin’ up on all I ever wanted
I guess that it’s just hopeless

[Verse 2]
Is it alright if I don’t find the endin’ of my story?
The second guessin’ in your time, start to see it fully
I’m runnin’ out of space, to make up my mistakes
I’m so done waitin’ for what I want
Hope I find something to fill my heart
It’s all I’ve ever known, but now I’m wantin’ more

[Chorus]
And I can’t find my place
I’ve never had a home to rest my ache
I’m tired of bein’ on my own and broken
Scared that it won’t ever end
I tried and tried again
But all I found is emptiness instead
I’m givin’ up on all I ever wanted
I guess that it’s just hopeless

[Bridge]
Oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh
Oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh
Oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh

[Chorus]
I can’t find my place
I’ve never had a home to rest my ache
I’m tired of bein’ on my own and broken
I’m scared that it won’t ever end
I tried and tried again
But all I found is emptiness instead
I’m givin’ up on all I ever wanted
I guess that it’s just hopeless

[Outro]
Oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh
Oh, oh, oh, oh, ooh
I’m givin’ up on all I ever wanted
I guess that it’s just hopeless

 

 

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