Everyday

275mg

(not tampering with this until end of November, due to withdrawal effects)

If I could have written a song to describe the part my Mum played in getting me through everything, this is the song I would’ve written. I love you Mum!

Footsteps in the rain, memories wash away. 
Beyond the headlight glare, it’s kind of dark out there. 
And everywhere I’ve been, It’s hard to find a friend. 
I’ve got no alibis for the state I’m in.

Everybody needs, needs a place to go. 
God know’s I have seen; it’s a twisting, winding road.

Everyday, the sun comes up again.
 A little hope begins, and it starts with you ’cause you get me through it.
 And everyday, [i’m] closer to the shore, I smile a little more. 
And because of your faith, I get closer everyday.

(Said everyday, I said everyday, everyday)

It’s hard to recognize, across the great divide
Just once you left behind, and what you keep inside. 
A ripple in the calm, keep me safe from harm

Somehow you still believe; you believe in me.
Where it starts and it ends, only time must know
. Wherever you will be, is where I wanna go.

Everyday, the sun comes up again.
 A little hope begins, and it starts with you ’cause you get me through it.
 And everyday, [i’m] closer to the shore, I smile a little more
. And because of your faith, I get closer now everyday.

‘Cause you set me free

‘Cause you set me free

And, Everyday, the sun comes up again. 
A little hope begins, and it starts with you ’cause you get me through it.
 And everyday, [i’m] closer to the shore, I smile a little more
. And because of your faith, I get closer, now, everyday.

P.S. I am good, just busy!

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4 thoughts on “Everyday

    • Hi Shauna! Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment. I do appreciate it very much.

      I am a massive Britney fan, and Everyday is an unreleased song she recorded for Femme Fatale.

      As for my Mum, she is amazing. She has always stood by me no matter what. She is patient, and caring, and she always believes in me. If it weren’t for her, I wouldn’t be where I am today. I am blessed to have her as my Mum!

    • I am incredibly lucky. I know that many of those suffering from mental illnesses have less than supportive parents, and I really cannot imagine how difficult it must be to cope and to recover without the support of those you love.

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