Remember The Music

Album: Empire: Original Soundtrack from Season 1 (2015)
  • Follow my hands
    I'll teach you how to play
    I'll be patient with you
    Someone who's patient with me

    Oh ah, there'll always be a chance that you could hit the wrong note
    Everybody could laugh and make you think you won't grow
    You don't have to give up, it's not the end of the world

    You live and you learn
    Even when you think that times get hard
    It's temporary hard
    All you gotta do is make that call
    I'll be there
    Don't be scared
    You don't got to lose it
    Remember the music
    Ooh, remember the music

    In the past it's been hard as hell
    You don't know, know how much pain I felt
    But everybody's got a story to tell
    Sometimes you got to face the music and play by yourself

    But there always be a chance that you could hit the wrong note
    Everyone could laugh and they don't wanna hear no more
    You don't have to give up, it's not the end of the world

    You live and you learn
    Even when you think times get hard
    It's temporary hard
    All you gotta do is make that call
    I'll be there
    Don't be scared
    You don't got to lose it
    Remember the music

    Remember
    It's the answer
    Don't you ever forget the music
    No!

    You live and you learn
    Even when you think times get hard
    It's temporary hard
    All you gotta do is make that call
    I'll be there
    Don't be scared
    You don't got to lose it
    Remember the music Writer/s: Justin Bostwick, James Washington
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, FOX MUSIC, INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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