You Haven't Seen The Last Of Me
by Cher

Album: Burlesque Soundtrack (2010)
  • Feeling broken
    Barely holding on
    But there's just something so strong
    Somewhere inside me
    And I am down but I'll get up again
    Don't count me out just yet

    I've been brought down to my knees
    And I've been pushed way past the point of breaking
    But I can take it
    I'll be back
    Back on my feet
    This is far from over
    You haven't seen the last of me
    You haven't seen the last of me

    They can say that
    I won't stay around
    But I'm gonna stand my ground
    You're not gonna stop me
    You don't know me
    You don't know who I am
    Don't count me out so fast

    I've been brought down to my knees
    And I've been pushed way past the point of breaking
    But I can take it
    I'll be back
    Back on my feet
    This is far from over
    You haven't seen the last of me

    There will be no fade out
    This is not the end
    I'm down now
    But I'll be standing tall again
    Times are hard but
    I was built tough
    I'm gonna show you all what I'm made of

    I've been brought down to my knees
    And I've been pushed way past the point of breaking
    But I can take it
    I'll be back
    Back on my feet
    This is far from over
    I am far from over
    You haven't seen the last of me

    No no
    I'm not going nowhere
    I'm staying right here
    Oh no
    You won't see me begging
    I'm not taking my bow
    Can't stop me
    It's not the end
    You haven't seen the last of me
    Oh no
    You haven't seen the last of me
    You haven't seen the last of meWriter/s: DIANE WARREN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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