Free Me

Album: Colour Me Free (2009)
  • Ain't I got you on my back foot
    And you know I got to feeling good
    Cause there's something deep inside of me
    I got to be

    And if you find it hard to follow me
    If I loose you in my creative stream
    Than you only got to raise your eyes
    And see me fly

    Don't tell me that I won't
    I will
    Don't tell me that I'm not
    I am
    Don't tell me that my master plan
    Ain't coming through

    Don't tell me that I won't
    I will
    Don't tell me how to think
    I fell
    Don't tell me cause I know what's real
    What I can do

    Something that you don't see every day
    A little girl who has found her way
    In world that tries to take away
    All of your dreams

    I think there's one thing I will say to you
    That there is nothing that you can't do
    Cause it's all about your attitude
    Don't let them get to you

    Don't tell me that I won't
    I will
    Don't tell me that I'm not
    I am
    Don't tell me that my master plan
    Ain't coming through

    Don't tell me that I won't
    I will
    Don't tell me how to think
    I fell
    Don't tell me cause I know what's real
    What I can do

    And when we're singing it out our voice
    We can make that choice to be free

    And when we're singing it out our voice
    We can make that choice to be free

    Music, hey, I love it
    Yeah, yes, I do
    Music, now, now, now, what
    I love it, yes, I do

    Don't tell me that I won't
    I will
    Don't tell me that I'm not
    I am
    Don't tell me that my master plan
    Ain't coming through

    Don't tell me that I won't
    I will
    Don't tell me how to think
    I fell
    Don't tell me cause I know what's real
    What I can do

    Free me
    Free me
    Free me
    Free me Writer/s: ERIC BAKER, LEO NOCENTELLI, CONNER REEVES, JONATHAN NICHOLAS SHORTEN, JOSCELYN STOKER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, MISSING LINK MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • James from Minneapolis, MnIn the lyrics of the song Joss sings "Free me EMI." This refers to the legal battle with her record company EMI to release her from her record contract over creative differences (the least being the cover art for her latest album)
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