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Save What You Can - Lyrics

You know you've hit the bottom
You know you're at your worst
When all the dreams you've ever had
Like bubbles surely burst
You've tried not to face it
But it's harder to ignore
God only knows how much you'd give
To make it like before

Don't be sad
Don't be sorry
You've always been to me a special kind of friend
Just be glad
You don't have to worry
I know you'll find the strength somewhere
To make it in the end

Save what you can for tomorrow
Save what you can for another day
You might have to beg steal or borrow
But you've got to find another way

I'll gladly share your problems
You know I've seen you bleed
Right now you want my sympathy
But that's not what you need
Just keep it all together
The hurt will fade away
This kind of pain you're feeling
Comes to pass but not to stay

Don't get mad
Don't get even
Sometimes you've got to bite your tongue and walk away
Don't feel bad
YOu don't need a reason
Cause the strong give up and move on
While the weak give up and stay

Save what you can for tomorrow
Save what you can for another day
You might have to beg steal or borrow
But you've got to find another way

Spend the night alone
You call me up
Feeling out of place
You're lost in space
Call a cab till you're right outside my door
Next to me
You're beside yourself
Need a miracle
Like no-one else today
Now you know you can't take it like before

Don't be sad
Don't be sorry
You've always been to me a special kind of friend
Just be glad
You don't have to worry
I know you'll find the strength somewhere
To make it in the end

Save what you can for tomorrow
Save what you can for another day
You might have to beg steal or borrow
But you've got to find another way

Writer(s): David Richard Mccomb, James Paul Paterson

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