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Album: Lotus (2012)
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  • I know there's hurt, I know there's pain
    But people change, Lord knows I've been no saint
    In my own way, regret choices I've made
    How do I say I'm sorry? How do I say I'm sorry?

    I was scared, I was unprepared
    Oh, for the things you said
    If I could undo that I hurt you
    I would do anything for us to make it through
    Draw me a smile and save me tonight
    I am a blank page waiting for you to bring me to life
    Paint me a heart, let me be your art
    I am a blank page waiting for life to start

    Let our hearts stop and beat as one together
    Let out hearts stop and beat as one forever

    How can I erase decisions I've made?
    How do I go back, what more can I say?
    All that remains are hearts filled with shame
    How do we say we're sorry? How do we say we're sorry

    I was scared, I was unprepared
    Oh, for the things you said
    If I could undo that I hurt you
    I would do anything for us to make it through
    Draw me a smile and save me tonight
    I am a blank page waiting for you to bring me to life
    Paint me a heart, let me be your art
    I am a blank page waiting for life to start

    Let our hearts stop and beat as one together
    Let out hearts stop and beat as one forever

    I'd go back in time and I'll realize
    Our spirits aligned and we'd never die

    Draw me a smile and save me tonight
    I'll be your blank page waiting for you to bring me to life
    Paint me a heart, let me be your art
    I am a blank page waiting for life to start

    Let our hearts start and beat as one together
    Let our hearts start and beat as one forever Writer/s: Chris Braide, Christina Aguilera, Sia Furler
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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