Sober Me Up

Album: Frankie Ballard (2011)
  • This crazy life can mess you up
    It's like a bottle of whine
    Too much can get you drunk and cloud up your mind
    Chasin' all these dreams down can sure keep ya stoned
    Lately I've been stumblin' round, been out of control
    Well I been runnin' low and lovin' high on livin'
    And baby I need you to come and stop the room from spinnin'

    Sober me up, and bring me back down
    Help set my feet on solid ground
    Settle my soul with just one touch
    Clear my head, baby let your sweet love sober me up

    Well I can get carried away, I can take things too far
    Try to find myself an easy fix with band-aids on scars
    I need to snap out of this state that I'm in,
    Remember what matters and think straight again
    But baby when you kiss me all the demons seem to disappear
    And girl it's scarin' me to think where I'd be without you here

    Sober me up, and bring me back down
    Help set my feet on solid ground
    Settle my soul with just one touch
    Clear my head, baby let your sweet love sober me up baby

    Sober me up, bring me back down,
    And help set my feet on solid ground
    Settle my soul with just one touch,
    Clear my head, baby let your sweet love sober me up Writer/s: ASHLEY GORLEY, ASHLEY GLENN GORLEY, DALLAS DAVIDSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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