That's What I'm Here For

Album: Jason Castro (2010)
  • Goodbye, Los Angeles
    You said with some regret
    I'll do my best to find a way
    To help you to forget

    I'm glad you made your way
    Back here, to find a better day
    Seems like you're getting
    A little closer to okay

    And if you need someone
    Just to be around
    Help put the pieces back
    That you finally found

    That's what I'm here for
    That's what I'm here for

    When you need a little less
    Or you want a little more
    That's what I'm here for
    That's what I'm here for

    I heard you saying that
    You're finally feeling free
    Blowing kisses
    To the distant memories

    Lately I've caught you
    Smiling a little more
    You're beautiful
    And I'm all yours

    And if you need someone
    Just to be around
    Help put the pieces back
    That you finally found

    That's what I'm here for
    That's what I'm here for

    When you need a little less
    Or you want a little more
    That's what I'm here for
    That's what I'm here for

    That's why I can hold you just as long as you'll stay
    I can tell you what no one would ever say
    That it's alright to admit that you were wrong
    Before you know it, all the scars will be gone

    That's what I'm here for
    That's what I'm here for

    When you need a little less
    Or you want a little more
    When you need someone to find you
    When you're hiding from it all

    That's what I'm here for
    That's what I'm here for Writer/s: ZAC MALOY, ESPEN LIND, AMUND BJORKLUND, JASON CASTRO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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