The Outsiders - Throwing in the Towel Lyrics

2024 Broadway
The Outsiders the Musical - Throwing in the Towel Lyrics


The song is written by Jonathan Clay, Zach Chance and Justin Levine.

DARREL:
Soda, I'm really a mess
Every night I worry myself to sleep
While you're watching cartoon
There ain't nothing I can do for you
I know that Ponyboy's
Really got a damn good heart
Something 'bout him
That really could take him far
But I keep holding him down
I've run this family right into the ground
Maybe you'd be best without me
I don't know what else to say
I lost our brother and I lost my way
I think a fool could've done better
Maybe I've been afraid to say
That I'm just not cut out for this
Just another failure on a growing list
And it's harder now than ever
It's more than I can take
There ain't no one to bail me out
There ain't no saving this now
I think I'm throwing in the towel

SODAPOP:
All the days when you feel
Like you're torn in two
Making dinner
Paying bills that are overdue
Think that I don't see?
It'd go to hell if it was left up to me
And I don't know what we would do
If you were not around
Wouldn't keep the ship afloat
When its going down
Darrel, I need you
And anyone can see that Pony does too
I know you love him
That's all you gotta do
And I don't know what else to say
I know you feel like you've lost your way
But I think you're doing better
Better than you know

DARREL, SODAPOP, & PONYBOY:
This is the darkest hour
Of the darkest night
Looking up and you can't see no light
But the time is now
Or never there ain't no letting go

SODAPOP:
We need you more than ever now
Don't go throwing in the towel
I know your head is full of doubt
But brother,
That's what love is all about
Don't go throwing in the towel

(spoken)
I need you, Darrel
Can't lose my big brother too

DARREL, SODAPOP, & PONYBOY:
When you love someone
That's all that you can do
There ain't no throwing in the towel



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The Outsiders the Musical Lyrics

SYNOPSIS
Tulsa '67
Grease Got a Hold
Great Expectations
Throwing in the Towel
Soda's Letter
Little Brother
Stay Gold