Beauty Marks

Album: Beauty Marks (2019)
  • Oh, what a feeling
    To wake up everyday knowing I am loved by you
    I can't believe it
    What did I do to deserve someone to hold me like you do?

    If nobody's perfect
    Then all that I want
    Is to be imperfect with you

    'Cause you take me as I am
    And I take you as you are
    With your heart in weathered hands
    And the bruises on my heart
    That make me who I am
    That make you who you are
    Baby, when you take my hand
    You show me that my scars are beauty marks

    Oh, beauty marks
    Beauty marks

    I look in the mirror, and I see all my flaws
    But you see light in all I do
    Now I'm realizing that the ugliness I saw
    There are pretty things to you

    And I don't have to cover anything, I'll share it all
    I don't have to hide from the truth

    'Cause you take me as I am
    And I take you as you are
    With your heart in weathered hands
    And the bruises on my heart
    That make me who I am
    That make you who you are
    Baby, when you take my hand
    You show me that my scars are beauty marks

    Oh, beauty marks
    Beauty marks

    Now I know that you love me
    So real, it feels like a dream
    No looking back to the past
    It was all part of the plan
    I feel the love in your haze
    Boy, when you touch me like that
    The way you love every part
    You show me my scars are beauty marks, beauty marks
    Oh, they're beauty marks, beauty marks

    'Cause you take me as I am
    And I take you as you are
    With your heart in weathered hands
    And the bruises on my heart
    That make me who I am
    That make you who you are
    Baby, when you take my hand
    You show me that my scars are beauty marksWriter/s: Ciara Harris, Holly Brook Hafermann
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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