Back to Love

Album: All of Me (2011)
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  • From the start I knew
    Your heart was always for me but as we grow
    Something changed down the road
    Ain't nothing I could say that could bring us back
    To the same as before
    Your head is over there you don't feel the same
    You don't want me no more
    We got to play the game I ain't keepin' scores cause

    I'm much clearer now than I've ever been
    Aha, thought I'll be with you till the very end
    Oh the road got long and things have changed
    And you moved on and that's okay because
    I finally found my way back to love again

    Yeah we changed and we grow
    Some things will stay the same as the others pass
    Takes a while, a while on the road
    And so begins the ad as we reap and sow
    Then the hurt, when you're hurt
    Stays pressin' on your heart, stings and lets you know
    That I feel how I feel
    Cuts deeper than a wound I refuse to heal but

    I'm much clearer now than I've ever been
    Aha, thought I'll be with you till the very end
    Oh the road got long and things have changed
    And you moved on and that's okay because
    I finally found my way back to love again
    I finally found my way back to love again

    It's time to move on
    Time to let go
    This is nothing like we dreamed
    We will end up
    If I love you, I should let you go and change you
    'Cause I

    I'm much clearer now than I've ever been
    Thought that I, thought I'll be with you till the very end
    Oh the road got long and things have changed
    And you moved on and that's okay because
    I finally found my way back to love again
    Ooh oh oh oh oh oh

    Oh the road got long and things have changed
    You moved on and that's okay because
    I finally found my way back to love again
    Ooh oh oh oh oh oh Writer/s: ESTELLE SWARAY, JERRY DUPLESSIS, WYCLEF JEAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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