If It Wasn't For You

Album: Forever (2015)
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  • I was alone
    I was made of stone, you took me home
    We built a world, a world for us
    We flew like birds, a new beginning

    It's better, better, better
    You keeping me together, gether, gether
    You know that I will never, never, never
    Try to pull you down, down
    Lover, lover, lover you can always be here
    I'll take cover
    You know that I will never, never, never
    Leave you all alone
    I'd be nothing if it wasn't for you
    If it wasn't for you

    I was a fool always keeping a distance
    If I'd ever know, oh
    You found a way, I thought I always stayed the same
    Because of you, I saw a new beginning

    It's better, better, better
    You keeping me together, gether, gether
    You know that I will never, never, never
    Try to pull you down, down
    Lover, lover, lover you can always be here
    I'll take cover
    You know that I will never, never, never
    Leave you all alone
    I'd be nothing if it wasn't for you
    If it wasn't for you
    I'd be nothing if it wasn't for you
    Nothing if it wasn't for you Writer/s: ALESSANDRO RODOLFO LINDBLAD, SIMON KARL AUGUST STROMSTEDT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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