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This song was written by a fellow songwiter acquaintance and it correlates well with an early chapter of my personal love life.
"Carry Me" describes the feelings of a woman seeking solace for dreams shattered and love irretrievably lost due to pride and foolish choices.
V1: I got a soul filled with brick and stone
draggin' these dreams and now they're worn
to the bone. Pride is a prison and I built
it all alone. That isn't how I wanted it to be.
CHORUS: Carry Me--whoa yeah--carry me, won't you
carry me. Carry me, mmm...Lord won't
you carry me home.
V2: Like a stranger in a foreign land, hearng
a language I could never understand.
Building my castles upon the shifting sand
and watching them drift out to sea, oh
CH: Carry me, carry me, oh yeah, carry me
won't you carry me, oh, carry me, won't
you carry me, Lord won't you carry me home
BR: Take this weight from my shoulders--take away this misery, oh
CH: Carry me, yeah, carry me, oh, carry me
carry me, oh, carry me, won't hou carry me,
Lord won't you carry me home, Lord won't you carry me home.