Muzik

Album: The One (2012)
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  • When I'm all alone, I hear your voice still with me
    I can't find my way, you're the one who helps me see
    When the air is thin, I'm caving it, it's hard to breath
    I just let you in so I can find that inner peace

    In my darkest hour I run to you to ease my pain
    I like laughter that keeps me from going insane
    You fortify, lift me up so I'm feeling strong again
    You're the reason why I'm still alive

    You're just like music in my life
    You take the wrong and make it right
    You've saved my world so many times
    You're just like music in my life

    You're the perfect song, the perfect time, time and time again
    I can lean on you, trust in you more than any friend
    When I'm looking back at my life, you never left my side
    I can count on you to tell the truth though it hurts sometimes

    You inspire me, never lie to me, you're never one to judge
    If we share a day, I walk away feeling showered with love
    Even when I don't, you're holding on, you never let me go
    Unconditional, spiritual

    You're just like music in my life
    You feel just like my guiding light
    And I've been lost so many times
    You're just like music in my life

    You're just like music in my life
    You took my wrong and make it right
    You've saved my world so many times
    You're just like music in my life

    Like a perfect harmony, your love stays in tune with my heart
    You're bringing out the best in me and nothing's gonna keep us apart

    You're just like music in my life
    You take the wrong and make it right (you made it right girl)
    You've saved my world so many times (many, many, many times)
    You're just like music in my life

    You're just like music in my life
    You take my wrong and make it right
    You've saved my world so many times
    You're just like music in my life

    You better believe it
    In my life
    I forget about my trouble, yeah
    (I forget about my troubles) When I'm feeling down
    (Forget about my troubles) When you came around
    (I forget about my troubles) I just see your smile
    (Forget about my troubles) When you stay a while
    (I forget about my troubles) Just take my hand
    (Forget about my troubles) And you understand
    (I forget about my troubles) Everything is fine
    (Forget about my troubles) When we spend some time

    (I forget about my troubles) When I'm feeling down
    (Forget about my troubles) Then you come around
    (I forget about my troubles) I gotta see you smile
    (Forget about my troubles) When you stay a while
    (I forget about my troubles) I just take your hand
    (Forget about my troubles) You know I understand
    (I forget about my troubles) Everything is fine Writer/s: ERIC BENET JORDAN, GEORGE T. JR. NASH, INDIA BRIANNE JORDAN, JONATHAN D. RICHMOND
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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