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Sitting so lonely
On the bus stop's where she cries
Does anyone love her?
Does someone even try?
Is it just a dream?
Will she ever wake up?
Or is it nothing as it seems,
And she should just give up?

What's life really worth living?
Is a broken heart really worth giving?

Sitting by the window
Reflections stain the glass
Distorted pictures
Monsters from her past
Phantoms haunt her
Does she really wanna fight?
As she sits by the window
Life's just passing by

What's life really worth living?
Is a broken heart really worth giving?

She's taking another shot
She's just not letting go
She's picking up her heart
Piece by piece, as she goes

Sitting quietly by his side
He gently holds her hand
He really loves
He truly understands
He wipes her tears
As they roll down her face
He holds her in his arms
Doesn't let her get away

Maybe life's really worth living
And any heart might be worth giving

And she's never letting go
She's just not letting go
She will never let it go

She will never give it up
He won't let her give it up
They will never, ever give up


I accept suggestion for a better name for the song, by the way
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I like the overall message of the song. The delivery however doesn't seem to feel quite right.

One thing you may want to consider is in the stanza "She sits quietly..." the next three lines are a bit heavy about starting with the word "he." Unless those lines are emphasized individually it, to myself it feels overly repetitive, but maybe including other forms of it such as:

"Sitting quietly by his side
He gently holds her hand
It is he who really loves her
It is he who understands
He is the one who wipes her tears
As they roll down her face"

It's not necessarily those specific lines but I hope it helps. It would minimalize the repetition but still deliver the same message.

One thing I was taught when delivering a message to someone ( as in tell someone about something) is that you must repeat yourself multiple times, but in different ways.

Hope this helps!

P.s. Sometimes we are not always good at practicing what we preach. That being said, do you think you could take a peek at my latest work?

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1521253