Changing

  • I think I broke myself
    Far beyond help
    More than I'd ever admit
    I know you blame it all back on yourself
    Trying to bend just to fit
    Oh, don't go changing just for me
    Oh, don't go changing just for me

    'Cause whatever I said, whatever I did, you know I didn't mean
    Oh, don't go changing just for me

    You don't have to speak just to break the silence
    Don't have to cry just to make me weak
    You don't have to stand when the walls are shaking
    Don't have to lie just to make me believe
    Oh, don't go changing just for me

    I've ruined every chance I've ever had without ever skipping a beat
    You're there to hold my hand time and again
    Forgetting who you wanna be
    Oh, don't go changing just for me
    Oh, don't go changing just for me

    'Cause whatever I said, whatever I did you know I didn't mean
    Oh, don't go changing just for me

    You don't have to speak just to break the silence
    Don't have to cry just to make me weak
    You don't have to stand when the walls are shaking
    Don't have to lie just to make me believe
    You don't have to shout just to make listen
    You don't have to hurt just to make me feel
    You don't have to crash when my world is burning
    Don't have to lie just to make me believe
    Oh, don't go changing just for me

    You're the one that I lean on to guide me
    You're the one I'd follow to the end
    Never learn from my bad intentions
    Need ya to make me a better man
    Whatever I said, whatever I did, you know I didn't mean

    You don't have to speak just to break the silence
    You don't have to cry just to make me weak
    You don't have to stand when the walls are shaking
    Don't have to lie just to make me believe
    Oh, don't go changing just for me
    Oh, just don't change a single thing Writer/s: Jamie Hartman, Dave Gibson, Conrad Sewell
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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