Breakdown More

Album: Moving Up Living Down (2012)
  • I can't write my words
    When I don't have you
    I can't sing my song
    When my strings won't tune

    You won't believe me
    You won't believe me crying
    I can't walk my path
    When I can't say motivated

    I can't play my part
    When it gets too complicated
    You won't believe me
    You won't believe me
    So you'll never see me

    [Chorus]
    Give me a reason and I won't breakdown
    And if that's all that you've got
    You'd better not get caught
    I've got more in store

    I can't keep my beat
    When I don't have you
    I can't shake my sins
    When you don't come through

    How could you leave me
    Just when you see me crying
    And I can't feel low down
    When I don't have legs to stand on

    I can't feel low down
    When I there ain't no ground to land on
    How could you leave me
    How could you leave me
    Now you'll never see me

    [Chorus]

    Don't look at me and act like you're just blind
    Let's work it out before you change my mind

    [Chorus] Writer/s: Eric Hutchinson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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