Pieces

Album: Set You Free (2013)
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  • I’ve been broken, torn and scattered
    I’ve loved holy, I’ve loved sin
    I was rolling on the wind
    It didn’t matter

    I was so sure of who I didn’t want to be
    Every smile and every fear
    Every laugh and every tear
    It was all me, it was all me

    Pieces of my heart
    Pieces of my soul
    Pieces that I’m gonna be
    I don’t even know
    I gave a lot to lovers
    Gave a lot to friends
    Everything I took from them
    Made me who I am
    Pieces

    We’ve all been lied to
    We’ve all been liars
    Nothing’s perfect in this world
    Everybody’s been burned by the fire
    Guess I’m learning
    That what breaks you, makes you grow
    But I’m not hiding where I’ve been
    Gonna let the light shine in
    What I don’t need
    Gonna let that, let that, let that go

    Pieces of my heart
    Pieces of my soul
    Pieces that I’m gonna be
    I don’t even know
    I gave a lot to lovers
    Gave a lot to friends
    Everything I took from them
    Made me who I am

    Pieces, the good and the bad
    Pieces, the happy and sad
    Pieces, the wrong and the right
    Pieces, that’s my, that’s my, that’s my life

    Pieces of my heart
    Pieces of my soul
    Pieces that I’m gonna be
    I don’t even know
    I gave a lot to lovers
    Gave a lot to friends
    Everything I took from them
    Made me who I am
    Pieces

    Pieces, pieces Writer/s: GARY ALLAN, ODIE BLACKMON, SARAH BUXTON
    Publisher: CRYSTAL BEACH MUSIC, HIPGNOSIS SONGS GROUP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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