Make It Go by Kina Grannis

Make It Go by Kina Grannis

Singer Kina Grannis released the song “Make It Go” about finding out a family member has cancer. The emotional single talks about her mother’s cancer from learn about it to dealing with it moving forward. Written five years ago, “Make It Go” was Kina’s way to cope with her ordeal. Here’s more about the track:

This song is dedicated to my mother who was diagnosed with a blood cancer 11 years ago. She is amazing and strong and doing well and one of the most amazing humans you could ever meet.

You can download the single below:

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Listen to more music from Kina Grannis : In Your Arms, The One You Say Goodnight, Valentine and My Time With You.

Make It Go by Kina Grannis

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Lyrics to Make It Go by Kina Grannis

I don’t remember much, I tried to put it aside
All I know is I was empty, scared and frozen inside
You were away, hospital stays for nights
Something was wrong and you were hurting and we didn’t know why

And then we learned the news, remember Daddy cried
Nothing’s worse than seeing someone so strong so petrified
I didn’t know whether to scream or die
So I just covered up my eyes pretending everything’s fine

Oh, no I never showed you all my tears ’cause I don’t
Want this to be something that’s real, and I hoped
That somehow my love might make it go

And I apologize for never showing I cared
But with all the fear and pain I felt no words could compare
I was so wrong, it wasn’t strong not to share
The feelings in my heart, my nightmares, and the dreams that I bear

Oh, no I never showed you all my tears ’cause I don’t
Want this to be something that’s real, and I hoped
That somehow my love might make it go

How could I, How could I go
Go so long and not let you know
That I’m so scared and so angry, too
It’s so unfair, why did this happen to you

Oh, no I never showed you all my tears ’cause I don’t
Want this to be something that’s real, and I hoped
That somehow my love might make it go