I'll Make It Up To You

Album: Evolve (2017)
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  • Took your heart, took your hand
    Promised you all that I had
    Hoping that you understand
    I'm far from a perfect man

    'Cause honey it's been a hard year
    It seems like we're going nowhere
    You're crying inside your bedroom
    Baby I know it's not fair

    Lay with me, for one more night
    I promise you, I'll make it right

    I'll make it up to you (you, you)
    Every night, I'll make it up to you (you, you)
    Every night, I'll make it up to you

    I know you don't understand
    the vices that follow a man
    And in your eyes I can see
    the places that you'd rather be

    Cause honey it's been a hard year
    It seems like we're going nowhere
    You're crying inside your bedroom
    Baby I know it's not fair

    I'll make it up to you (you, you)
    Every night, I'll make it up to you (you, you)
    Every night, I'll make it up to you

    In my darkest hour, in the dead of the night I'll make it up to you
    Your hands are mine, I'll make it up to you
    Promises are nothing more than fleeting thoughts
    But you, you are my life babe

    I'll make it up to you (every night)
    I'll make it up to you
    Every night, I'll make it up to you (you, you)
    Every night, I'll make it up to you (you, you)
    Every night, I'll make it up to you (you, you)
    Every night, I'll make it up to you Writer/s: Benjamin Arthur McKee, Daniel Coulter Reynolds, Daniel James Platzman, Daniel Wayne Sermon, Timothy Edgar, Timothy Randolph
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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