You Ain't Alone

Album: Boys & Girls (2012)
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  • You ain't alone, so why are you lonely?
    There you go on the dark end of the street
    Are you scared to tell somebody how you feel about somebody
    Are you scared what somebody's gonna think
    Or are you scared to wear your heart out on your sleeve

    Are you scared me
    'Cause I'm scared the bomb gonna take me away
    Oh, but I really don't know what I got to say
    Alright, alright, alright, alright
    Hey

    One two three
    Are you too scared to dance for me
    Bite the bullet or tug my sleeve
    Or are you scared out on your own two feet
    Alright

    We really ain't that different, you and me
    'Cause I'm scared the storm's gonna take me away
    But I really don't know what I got to say
    Alright, alright
    Hold on, hold on, hold on
    Hey

    Cry, if you gonna cry
    Come on, cry with me
    Cry, if you gonna cry
    Come on, cry with me

    You, you ain't alone
    Just let me be your ticket home
    You, you ain't alone
    Just let me be your ticket home
    Just let me be your ticket home

    You, you ain't alone
    Just let me be your ticket home
    You, you ain't alone
    Just let me be your ticket home Writer/s: Brittany Amber Howard, Heath Allen Fogg, Steven William Johnson, Zachary Riley Cockrell
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