The Fighter

Album: Black Widow (2014)
  • I don't need you to save me
    I don't need you to cure me
    I don't need you and your antidote for I am my disease

    I don't need you to free me
    I don't need you to help me
    I don't need you to lead me through the light

    I will always fall and rise again
    Your venomous heroine
    'Cause I am a survivor
    Yeah, I am a fighter

    I will fall and rise above
    And in your hate I find love
    'Cause I'm a survivor
    Yeah, I am a fighter

    I will not hide my face
    I will not fall from grace
    I'll walk into the fire, baby

    All my life
    I was afraid to die
    And now I come alive inside these flames

    You don't want me to love you
    You don't want me to need you
    You don't want to look at me for you will turn to stone

    You don't want me to hurt you
    You don't want me to bite you
    You don't want me or my aching soul

    For I will only fall and rise again
    Your venomous heroine
    I'm a survivor
    Yeah, I am a fighter

    I will fall and rise above
    And in your hate I find love
    'Cause I'm a survivor
    Yeah, I am a fighter

    I will not hide my face
    I will not fall from grace
    I'll walk into the fire, baby.

    All my life
    I was afraid to die
    But now I come alive inside these flames!

    I don't need you to save me
    'Cause I'm a survivor
    Yeah, I am a fighter

    I will not hide my face,
    I will not fall from grace,
    I'll walk into the fire, baby

    All my life
    I was afraid to die
    But now I come alive inside these
    Alive inside these
    Alive inside these Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER JOHN HOWORTH, KEVIN CHURKO, MARIA DIANE BRINK, MICHAEL SPADONI, NICK HELBLING
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CADIUM MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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