Fighter

  • Fighter, with my back against the wall
    Said that you've had enough
    But you still take my calls
    I need to know, I need to know
    If there's any fight left
    For us to make it all right
    Tell me what's the next step?

    I'ma fighter
    What do you wanna do now? You a fighter?
    Whatever you gotta go through
    Fighter, baby, it's up to you
    Whatever you wanna do
    I'm down with it

    Oh, it's up to you
    Whatever you goin' through
    I'm down with it

    Fighter, knock me down but I'll keep fighting
    For you til' the end we'll keep on trying
    Like a fighter, knock us down but we're survivors
    For love, til' the end we'll keep on fighting

    Fighter, fighter, fighter, fighter
    Oh, it's up to you
    Whatever you wanna do
    I'm down with it, oh
    It's up to you
    Whatever you goin' through
    I'm down with it

    Fighter, with my back against the wall
    Said that you've had enough
    But you still take my calls
    I need to know, I need to know
    If there's any fight left
    For us to make it all right
    Tell me what's the next step

    I'ma fighter
    What do you wanna do now? You a fighter?
    Whatever we gotta go through
    Fighter, baby, it's up to you
    Whatever you wanna do
    I'm down with it

    Oh, it's up to you
    Whatever you goin through
    I'm down with it, oh
    It's up to you
    Whatever you goin through
    I'm down with it Writer/s: James Roh, Kevin Nishimura, Virman Coquia
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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