I Refuse

  • This Is Where I've Got To Draw The Line
    Cause I Refuse To Let You Think You Can Play With My Mind
    Always Seems That You Think That I'm Blind
    Causes There Always Certain Times When Your Hard To Find
    Your On The Go, I'm On The Go,
    Were On The Go I Can't Catch You No More,
    Can't See You No More And It No Longer Can Be Ignored
    Cause At Once Upon A Time It Was You I Adored
    You Disappeared And Left Me Here, Out In The Cold
    And The Absence Of You Is Hurting My Soul
    Didn't Know There Was An End Of The Road
    It Was So Easy For You Just To Let It All Go

    And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Have One More Sleepless Night
    I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let A Tear Fall From My Eye
    I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Continue To Try I Felt Like I Would Die, If I Could Breakdown And Cry And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let You Walk Back Through That Door
    I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let You Hurt Me Anymore
    And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Continue To Ignore
    The Fact I Fell To The Floor, The Day You Walked Out My Door

    And I Refuse
    No Way Baby I Can't Take It No More
    And I Refuse
    No Way Baby I Can't Take It No More
    And I Refuse
    No Way , But I Refuse To Take It Anymore

    Remember When I Told You I Could Feel The Change
    You Don't Touch Me The Same, Don't Hold Me The Same
    No, I Don't Want You To Take All The Blame
    Cause I Know I Had Those Moments When I Caused The Pain
    This Back And Forth Just Like A War With You And Me
    See We Both Disagree, Have We Ever Agreed?
    This Is Nothing Like I Thought It Would Be
    Was It All Just A Dream? Was It Ever In My Reach?

    And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Have One More Sleepless Night
    I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let A Tear Fall From My Eye
    I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Continue To Try I Felt Like I Would Die, If I Could Breakdown And Cry And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let You Walk Back Through That Door
    I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let You Hurt Me Anymore
    And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Continue To Ignore
    The Fact I Fell To The Floor, The Day You Walked Out My Door


    It Was Your Way
    Or It Was No Way
    And I Couldn't Live That Way
    It Was Our Call
    Then It Was Your Call
    Cause I Gave You My All And All

    And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Have One More Sleepless Night
    I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let A Tear Fall From My Eye I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Continue To Try I Felt Like I Would Die, If I Could Breakdown And Cry And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let You Walk Back Through That Door
    I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Let You Hurt Me Anymore
    And I Refuse,
    I Refuse To Continue To Ignore
    The Fact I Fell To The Floor, The Day You Walked Out My Door

    No Way I Can't Take It Baby
    No Way I Can't Take It Baby
    No Way, But I Refuse
    To Take It Anymore

    No Way I Can't Take It Baby
    No Way I Can't Take It Baby
    No Way, But I Refuse
    To Take It Anymore

    I Refuse (I Refuse)
    I Refuse (I Refuse)
    And I Refuse (Oh)

    And I Refuse (I Refuse)
    I Refuse (Said I Refuse)
    And I Refuse
    Said I Refuse To Take It Anymore Writer/s: STEPHEN GARRETT, JEFFERY WALKER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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