Don't Kick The Chair

  • Have you ever felt like everybody’s watching
    Waiting for you to lose
    Have you ever felt like you’re living in a spot light
    Searching for the real you
    Tell me have you ever woken up
    Just to wish you could close your eyes
    Getting hard to find a friend in a city like this
    Where you can’t even trust a smile

    There are lonely nights when you see no hope
    And you’re feeling short of breath
    Like a whole damn world is a braided rope
    In a noose around your neck

    Don’t kick the chair
    It’s gonna get better
    Don’t kick the chair
    It can only get better

    Have you ever felt love, really really felt love
    The kind that could save a life
    But right before you know it you find out in a moment
    You’re gonna have to say goodbye

    There are lonely nights when you see no hope
    And you’re feeling short of breath
    Like a whole damn world is a braided rope
    In a noose around your neck

    Don’t kick the chair
    It’s gonna get better
    Don’t kick the chair
    It can only get better

    Yep yep you know
    If I can make it through then you can to
    Yep yep I’m good focus like always
    Feels like I’ve been hit hit hit by ten brick walls
    Some people like just sit sit around and wait for you to fall
    Then bounceback way quicker than you fell down
    Laugh in their face like what
    See nothing can break me
    No no no no listen Writer/s: MIKE BUSBEE, DIA FRAMPTON, JULIE FROST
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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