Keeping My Baby

Album: Endlessly (2010)
  • I never thought it would happen to me
    I was the one that they said would break free
    Broken promises settled the night
    He told me he was my Mr. Right

    And I believed in all that was there
    And now it seems I'm living with regret
    Now I'm counting down the days so afraid
    Can't rewind or freeze the frame

    Its too late
    Its too late

    Can't you see the need in me
    I'm keeping my baby
    Can't you see the need in me
    I'm keeping my baby, baby, baby, baby

    I've lived a lie and now I face the truth
    Twenty weeks and what am I to do
    Now it seems I'm going alone
    A stereotype with a government home
    I reside to try and to survive
    No hope for me but this child deserves a life
    Now I'm counting down the days so afraid
    Can't rewind or freeze the frame

    Its too late oh
    Its too late

    Can't you see the need in me
    I'm keeping my baby
    Can't you see the need in me
    I'm keeping my baby, baby, baby, baby, baby

    Can't you see the need in me
    I'm keeping my baby
    Can't you see the need in me
    I'm keeping my baby, baby, baby, baby, baby
    Oh baby, baby, baby, baby Writer/s: ALBERT HAMMOND, AIMEE DUFFY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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