Change Me

Album: My Life's Been a Country Song (2008)
  • [Verse 1]
    I'm a rock of solid stone
    And this place I'm in is not my home
    I feel the wind rushing by
    It see's the world why can't I?
    I'm so good at standing still
    If you don't have me nothin' will

    Change me tonight
    Don't be afraid
    If you have to break me
    Change me now
    Into anything you need
    Baby I want to believe
    Your love can save me
    Change me

    [Verse 2]
    I've been lost for so long
    But what I had is almost gone
    There's so much more I could be
    So work your hands into me
    I know exactly who I am
    I'll just stay here unless you can


    Baby just make me believe
    Your love can save me


    I'm a rock of solid stone
    This place I'm in is not my home Writer/s: GARY BARLOW, ELIOT KENNEDY, JEREMY GODFREY, BILL PADLEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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