Worth It

Album: I Don't Believe We've Met (2017)
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  • Don't tell me I'm too hard to please
    That you're worn down from fighting for me
    A real man knows what he's signing up for
    And if you don't then I'll show myself the door

    'Cause I'm worth it
    You're crazy baby if you think that I don't know it
    I ain't afraid to walk away if you can't see it, believe it
    And give me the love I'm deserving
    'Cause I know I'm worth it

    Is it too much to look me in the eye
    And listen to what I'm saying this time
    I'm so tired of being up on your shelf
    And if that's what you want
    You want somebody else

    'Cause I'm worth it
    You're crazy baby if you think that I don't know it
    I ain't afraid to walk away if you can't see it, believe it
    And give me the love I'm deserving
    'Cause I know I'm worth it
    'Cause I know I'm worth it, worth it

    Don't tell me I'm too hard to please
    You should be begging down on your knees

    'Cause I'm worth it
    You're crazy baby if you think that I don't know it
    I ain't afraid to walk away if you can't see it, believe it
    And give me the love I'm deserving

    'Cause I know I'm worth it Writer/s: DANIELLE BRADBERRY, JEFF PARDO, MOLLY REED
    Publisher: Capitol CMG Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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