Prove You Wrong

Album: We All Bleed (2011)
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  • Some days are worst than others
    Some days I can not feel a thing
    Someday I might just prove you wrong
    Something just might go my way

    Today I've got something to prove to you
    All these things I never do for you
    Is making you angrier everyday
    Pushing me farther away

    You make me a mess, I can't keep it together
    Somehow, someway, I'm gonna prove you wrong
    I'm gonna prove you wrong

    Someday I might stay sober
    Figure out where I went wrong
    Making sense of what left of me
    Make a go of this alone

    I've got nothing left for you
    So sick of all the things you do
    Turn your back on me everyday
    You pushing me farther away

    You make me a mess, I can't keep it together
    Somehow, someway, I'm gonna prove you wrong
    I'm gonna prove you wrong
    I'm gonna prove you wrong

    (Hey yeah)

    You make me a mess
    I can't keep it together
    I fall away, and I'm gonna prove you wrong
    Prove you wrong
    Prove you wrong Writer/s: Charles Edward Sloan, Leslie Cameron Hall, Robert James
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Jessica Marie from Abingdon VaI have loved crossfade ever since I heard "Cold" Ed Sloan is a very talented artist to say the least! He's deep and has a beautiful mind and soul. #Crossfade4Life
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