Gotta Get Thru This

Album: Gotta Get Thru This (2001)
Charted: 1 10
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  • If only I could get through this

    I just gotta get through this
    I just gotta get through this
    I gotta get through this
    I gotta get through this
    I gotta make it, gonna make, gonna make it through
    Said I'm gonna get through this
    I'm gonna get through this
    I gotta take, gotta take my mind off you

    Give me just a second and I'll be all right
    Surely one more moment couldn't break my heart
    Give me 'til tomorrow then I'll be okay
    Just another day and then I'll hold you tight

    When your love is pouring like the rain
    I close my eyes and it's gone again
    When will I get the chance to say I love you
    I pretend that you're already mine
    Then my heart ain't breaking every time
    I look into your eyes

    If only I could get through this
    If only I could get through this
    If only I could get through this
    God, God gotta help me get through this

    I gotta get through this
    I gotta get through this
    I gotta make it, gonna make, gonna make it through
    Said I'm gonna get through this
    I'm gonna get through this
    I gotta take, gotta take my mind off you

    Give me just a second and I'll be all right
    Surely one more moment couldn't break my heart
    Give me 'til tomorrow then I'll be okay
    Just another day and then I'll hold you tight

    When your love is pouring like the rain
    I close my eyes and it's gone again
    When will I get the chance to say I love you
    I pretend that you're already mine
    Then my heart ain't breaking every time
    I look into your eyes

    If only I could get through this
    If only I could get through this
    If only I could get through this
    I just gotta get through this
    God, God gotta help me get through this

    If only I could get through this
    I just gotta get through this
    God, God gotta help me get through this

    If only I could get through this
    I just gotta get through this
    God, God gotta help me get through this

    I just gotta get through this
    I just gotta get through this
    I just gotta get through this Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Daniel from AustraliaHe has another sister, named Nikola, who is also a musician. The three of them had a band called the DNA Algorithm.
  • Malcolm from Tauranga, New ZealandBedingfield was badly injured in a car crash near Whangarei, NZ a couple of years ago when he skidded on a gravel road and rolled the car he was driving. He had been visiting a Christian camp at the time.
  • Ariel from Woodbridge, CtNatasha is Daniel's sister
  • Annabelle from Eugene, OrDoes Daniel Bedingfield have any relation to Natasha Bedingfield? If so, how are the two related to each other?
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