Trust

Album: Head or Heart (2014)
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  • Like the winds, blowing
    Changes, fast and growing
    I knew better then
    I knew better then

    Words that hurt the ones you lovin'
    Hatred for who you're becomin'
    I knew better then yes
    I knew better then

    To trust myself
    To trust someone else
    To trust the lies that slip from my mouth
    Trust the heart I'm so quick to sell

    Yes I knew better then
    I knew better then
    To trust love again

    Memories who won't stop stinging
    Promises I could't believe in
    I knew better then
    I knew better then

    To trust myself
    To trust someone else
    To trust the doubt in the back of my mind
    Trust the trail of pain left behind
    Yes, I knew better then
    I knew better then to trust love again

    And I'm so quick to lose
    What was never mine to keep
    And I cannot stand (oh) what's broken under me
    I don't know how to forgive
    Myself for everything that I missed
    Learn trust

    Like the winds, blowing
    Changes, fast and growing
    I knew better then
    I knew better then Writer/s: CHRISTINA JUDITH PERRI
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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