Believer

Album: Time Of My Life (2011)
  • Would've been in doubt that this to started out
    That everything would turn out this way,
    First it was a phone call then it was another
    From a mother who was ready to play
    She said things that no one ever told me before
    How could I have known that she wanted to settle the score?

    Then a man came in I can probably see it
    And it looks like you're having fun
    But when I get back, you're gonna be bleeding
    So I think son you'd better run
    Now I think I should be leaving
    'Cause it looks like I've got enough
    She was a deceiver, but I had to believe her
    When she told me she was in love
    (She told me she was in love, she told me she was in love)

    I am gonna rock and fix it just another minute
    But I guess it was a minute too late
    I know he was coming and I should have been running
    If he'd caught me I would never escaped
    Now I know it never should have been a surprise
    How could I have known that she was only telling me lies

    'Cause a man came in I thought you were leaving
    But I see you're still having fun
    But when I get back, you're gonna be bleeding
    So I think son you'd better run
    Now I see I should be leaving
    'Cause it looks like I've got enough
    She was a deceiver, but I had to believe her
    When she told me she was in love

    Don't blame me,
    It's not my fault,
    Don't blame me,
    I'm not the one

    'Cause a man came in I thought you were leaving
    But I see you're still having fun
    But now I am back back, you're gonna be bleeding
    So I think son you'd better run
    Now I see I should be leaving
    'Cause it looks like I've got enough
    She was a deceiver, but I had to believe her
    When she told me she was in love

    She told me she was in love Writer/s: ALONZO STEVENSON, BLUEY ROBINSON, NAZARINE HENDERSON, TONY REYES
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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