New Morning

Album: New Morning (2010)
Charted: 100
  • I don't give a damn about the castle on the hill
    All the gold that we could eat, or the horse you had for sale
    No I'm getting kinda rich on the side of any soul alive

    I don't give a damn if I'm running from the law
    When my money's not enough and they come and take it all
    No I'm getting kinda rich on the side of any soul alive

    Have you heard my Mona Lisa?
    Have you heard who you are?
    You're a new morning
    You're a new morning

    Wanna be ok when I'm sitting here alone
    Not just thinking of the ways that I could've done it wrong
    No I'm getting kinda rich on the side of any soul alive

    Have you heard my Mona Lisa?
    Have you heard who you are?
    You're a new morning
    You're a new morning
    You're a new morning

    Now, you're a new morning now

    Have you heard my Mona Lisa?
    Have you heard who you are?
    You're a new morning
    You're a new morning
    You're a new morning now (you're a new morning

    You're a new morning now Writer/s: Casey Mcpherson
    Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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