What They'll Say About Us

Album: yet to be titled (2020)
  • You're tired now, lie down
    I'll be waitin' to give you the good news
    It might take patience
    And when you wake up, it won't be over
    So don't you give up

    We've got the time to take the world
    And make it better than it ever was
    That's what they'll say about us

    If I say a cliche, it's 'cause I mean it
    We can't walk away, we gotta get in between it
    And when you wake up, we'll grow together
    So don't you give up

    We've got the time to take the world
    And make it better than it ever was
    That's what they'll say about us

    I never said it would be easy
    I'm never giving up, believe me
    I used to think the pain would fade, but it never does

    You're tired now, lie down
    I'll be waitin' to give you the good news
    It might take patience
    And if you don't wake up
    I'll know you tried to
    I wish you could see him
    He looks just like you Writer/s: Finneas O'Connell
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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