Take It All

  • Didn't I give it all?
    Tried my best
    Gave you everything I had, everything and no less
    Didn't I do it right?
    Did I let you down?
    Maybe you got too used to having me 'round
    Still how can you walk away
    From all my tears
    It's gonna be an empty road without me right here
    But go on and take it, take it all with you
    Don't look back at this crumbling fool
    Just take it all with my love, take it all with my love

    Maybe I should leave, to help you see
    Nothing is better than this and this is everything we need
    So is it over?
    Is this really it, you're giving up so easily
    I thought you loved me more than this

    But go on, go on, take it, take it all with you
    Don't look back at this crumbling fool
    Just take it all with my love, take it all with my love

    I will change if I must
    Slow it down and bring it home, I will adjust
    Oh if only, if only you knew
    Everything I do, is for you

    But go on, go on and take it, take it all with you
    Don't look back at this crumbling fool
    Just take it, take it all with you
    Don't look back at this crumbling fool
    Just take it all, with my love
    Take it all with my love
    You take it all with my love Writer/s: Francis EG White, Adele Laurie Adkins
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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