Army Of Me

  • I've been standing where you left me
    Praying that you'd come and get me
    But now I've found my second wind
    Now I found my second skin
    Well I know what you were thinking
    You thought you'd watch me fade away
    When you broke me into pieces
    But I gave each piece a name

    One of me is wiser
    One of me is stronger, one of me is a fighter
    And there's a thousand faces of me
    And we're gonna rise up
    And we're gonna rise up
    For every time you broke me
    Well you're gonna face an army, army of me

    Welcome to my revolution
    All your walls are breaking down
    It's time you had a taste of losing
    Time the table's turned around
    I see a glimpse of recognition
    But it's too late ugh it's too late
    And what you though was your best decision
    Just became your worst mistake

    One of me is wiser
    One of me is stronger
    One of me is a fighter
    And there's a thousand faces of me
    And were gonna rise up
    And were gonna rise up
    For every time you broke me
    Well you're gonna face an army, army of me

    So how does it feel
    To know that I beat ya
    That I can defeat ya
    Oh how does it feel
    'Cause it sure feels sweeter
    It should be sweeter to me
    Now that I'm wiser
    Now that I'm stronger
    Now that I'm a fighter
    There's a thousand faces of me
    And I'm gonna rise up
    I'm gonna rise up
    For every time you broke me
    There's a thousand faces of me
    And I'm gonna rise up
    Yeah I'm gonna rise up
    For every time you broke me
    You're gonna face an army
    Army of me Writer/s: CHRISTINA N AGUILERA, PHILIP JAMES BENTLEY, DAVID N GLASS, JAMIE ALEXANDER N HARTMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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