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  1. Mar 30,  · On “Holding On,” Phora laments a tough relationship that didn’t work out with Destiny Blakely, who cheated on Phora. He details his depression, raps his heart and tries to cover his pain. On.
  2. hold on definition: 1. used to tell someone to wait for a short time: 2. used to say that you are confused or. Learn more.
  3. Holding on Holding on is so very hard to do When love is gone So very hard to do, yeah, oh said. Ah, yeah I said Hey, I said Listen to me now. When you know the feeling's gone Then you've got to stop holdin' on? Cause that makes it twice as bad You can't give love that you don't have So why drag it on and on and on. Holding on Holding on and on and on, yeah.
  4. a hold on (someone) A strong influence over or effect on someone. That movie must really have a hold on the kids—I've hardly heard a peep out of them since I turned it on. Can you believe all the money he spends on her? I guess her beauty has a real hold on him. See also: hold, on hold on 1. To physically grip something. Hold onto the railing so that.
  5. But it's holding on And it's holding strong Even though I tried to make it Played the part, but I can't fake it It keeps holding on And it's holding strong Even though I tried to break it Heaven knows that I can't shake it But it's holding on And it's holding strong Even though I tried to make it Played the part, but I can't fake it It keeps.
  6. “Holding on to You” was originally featured on Regional At Best () and was later remastered for Vessel (). It is the first single the band released under a record label. Tyler Joseph via.
  7. Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful; 1 Thessalonians Verse Concepts. The scriptures Testing Other Things Doing The Right Thing The Word Of God research The Bible Reading The Bible baseball everything exams.
  8. Define hold on. hold on synonyms, hold on pronunciation, hold on translation, English dictionary definition of hold on. v. held, hold·ing, holds v. tr. 1. a. To have and keep in one's grasp: held the reins tightly. b. To aim or direct; point: held a hose on the fire. c.

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