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Counting Chances drop expressive tune ‘Lost at Sea’

Counting Chances have recently dropped a reflective track called ‘Lost at Sea’ that really expresses how anxiety can affect someone. The lyrics convey how anxiety and OCD can keep a person on edge, always on the verge of an anxiety attack. The music with its slow…. then fast paced really highlights how much anxiety can affect someone. ‘Lost at Sea’ has unique expressive female vocals that add to the meaning of one’s life being in mayhem if they suffer from anxiety and OCD. Everyone should listen to ‘Lost at Sea’, it can help someone with these mental illnesses and can also assist someone who does not so they get an inkling of what it is like. Check out Lost at Sea here. (lyrics below)

Lyrics

I live on the edge of a long way down

Always on the edge of just don’t drown

My mind’s on the edge of not around

Yeah I live on the edge of crazy town

And I’m tired

The kind sleep won’t cure 

Tired of being so unsure

Tired of feeling so unheard

Tired of feeling insecure

Anxiety 

Society

And OCD

Get the best of me

Nobody sees

I’m lost at sea

In a deep abyss 

No one notices

I live on the edge of no way back

Always on the edge of panic attacks

My mind’s on the edge of spinning out

Yeah I live on the edge of fear and doubt

And I’m tired

The kind sleep won’t cure

Tired of being so unsure

Tired of being so obsessed 

Tired of being on the edge

Anxiety

Society 

And OCD

Get the best of me

Nobody sees

I’m lost at sea

In a deep abyss

No one notices 

Shark infested waters

See the fins

Treading in an ocean

Sink or swim

Live on the edge of

Drowning in

Anxiety

Society 

And OCD

Get the best of me

Nobody sees

I’m lost at sea

In a deep abyss

No one notices 

dreamy piano with pedal steel and minimal vocals…

spotify @countingchances 

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