Surrender

Album: Lighting Up The Sky (2022)
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  • You've always told me that you know me
    But you don't really know me at all (no)
    You just played me and betrayed me
    And showed no sympathy at all, no

    Why can't you just please surrender?
    Surrender what you promised
    Surrender what I need
    Why can't you just see that sweet surrender in me?
    One time, surrender to me

    So, will you stand tall and be accountable?
    And tell that little girl you lied (oh no)
    And how you lost it, I'm so exhausted
    And this is where I draw the line for the last time

    Why can't you just please surrender?
    Surrender what you promised
    Surrender what I need, oh, baby
    Why can't you just see that sweet surrender in me?
    One time, surrender to me

    I'm done wastin' time, so sick of your lies
    And every time, you seem to change your mind
    Manipulate, so quick to hate
    A true master of your art you demonstrate
    But I need a break from you
    I need to separate from you
    I need to keep my faith and do all the other things I promised you
    Why you always make me wait on you?
    I really need a break from you
    I need to keep my faith and do all the other things I promised you
    I really need a break
    I really need a break
    I really need a break, break, break, break, break

    Why can't you just please surrender?
    Surrender what you promised
    Surrender what I need, oh, baby
    Why can't you just see that sweet surrender in me?
    One time, surrender to me
    Surrender to me
    Surrender to me Writer/s: Erik Ron, Salvatore Erna
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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