So Beautiful

Album: You're Stronger Than You Know (2019)
  • 17, way too young for love
    But I couldn't think of nothing else
    I got mine, I never gave anything away
    I was just thinking of myself

    All the times you said you'd love me
    I never gave you my reply
    Had a dream it was over
    And I woke up with a pain inside
    And I didn't tell you and I don't know why, why, why

    'Cause you're so beautiful, so beautiful, so beautiful to me
    And you're everything that I'd ever need
    It was a shame I couldn't see
    And now that I've told you, I feel so free
    'Cause you're so beautiful to me

    Times moved on, I'm much older
    I guess I've learned from my mistakes
    For the first time, I think I know who I am
    And I'm sorry that I made you mad, baby

    'Cause you're so beautiful, so beautiful, so beautiful to me
    And you're everything that I'd ever need
    It was a shame I couldn't see
    And now that I've told you, I feel so free
    'Cause you're so beautiful, so beautiful to me

    And if you leave me now, I won't be surprised
    If you stay, well, I'll no longer hide

    'Cause you're so beautiful, so beautiful, so beautiful to me
    And you're everything that I'd ever need
    It was a shame I couldn't see
    And now that I've told you, I feel so free
    'Cause you're so beautiful, you're so so beautiful to me

    To me, to me, to me, to me, to me

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