Recovery

Album: All Night Long (2010)
  • Recovery!
    Recovery!
    Recovery!
    Recovery!

    People say I need some recovery
    They can't seem to handle my energy
    If you hate me, stand up in front of me
    You can meet my god

    When the sun shines down
    I will always be there
    When you wear the crown
    They will come to defeat ya
    Recovery!

    Recovery!
    Recovery!

    Stick it to me, fear and ferocity
    I have uncuffed your animosity
    Ain't no doubt there's something inside of me
    That can't be left alone

    When the sun shines down
    I will always be there
    When you wear the crown
    They will come to defeat ya
    If you turn back now
    They will make you a believer
    You'll be a face in the crowd
    But you'll never be a leader
    Oh, yeah

    People say I need some recovery
    They can't seem to handle my energy
    If you hate me, stand up in front of me
    You can meet my god

    When the sun shines down
    I will always be there
    When you wear the crown
    They will come to defeat ya
    If you turn back now
    They will make you a believer
    You'll be a face in the crowd
    But you'll never be a leader
    Recovery!

    Recovery!
    Recovery!
    Recovery!
    Recovery! Writer/s: JOSHUA TODD, KEITH NELSON, KEITH EDWARD NELSON, STEVEN DACANAY, STEVEN L. DACANAY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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