Finding My Hope

by Servants

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    releases July 7, 2017

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Freedom
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03:21
3.
Questions
4.
Mountains

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releases July 7, 2017

All songs written and performed by Servants.
Recorded and Mixed by Joe McElroy.
Mastered by Azimuth Mastering.
Artwork by Shotgun Management

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We are a progressive/melodic hardcore/punk band from MA & CT. Our goal is to be a breath of fresh air in the music scene locally and abroad; to live our name. Servants. Come hang out with us at a show when we roll through your area!

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Track Name: Valleys
This weight is crushing me. I feel it coming. I feel it coming. The walls are closing in, on me.
So lost in, my own head. I cannot run away. I feel it coming. I feel it coming. No place left to escape.
Holding my breathe I fall into darkness. No place for me to escape. What is this place.
So familiar so distant, I've been here before when I feel the ghosts take hold.
Buried under the weight of depression, I did my best, but the ghosts keep haunting me.
It's ok to fall sometimes, It's ok to get lost and forget.
Here in the valley I'll look to the mountain, I've found my strength in brokenness.
I feel it coming again. So lost in my own head. The walls are closing in, on me.
I want you to know. It's ok to be broken. It's ok to be lost. Don't believe the lies of this place.
Of this place. One day the sadness will leave your eyes. One day the sadness will leave your eyes.
And on the mountain top, you'll finally look back, and see how far you've come, and see you're meant to last.
Here in the valley I'll find myself.
And on the mountain top, you'll finally look back, and see how far you've come, and see you're meant to last.
Here in the valley I'll find myself.
And on the mountain top, you'll finally look back, and see how far you've come, and see you're meant to last.