Change Me

Album: Journals (2013)
Charted: 39 59
  • Girl, I'm ready, if you're ready, now
    Ooh, is it ever gonna be?
    If you're with it, then I'm with it, now
    To accept all the responsibility
    I'd go out of my way
    To live by the words that you say
    I don't wanna be the same ooh whoa

    Maybe you could change me
    Maybe you could change me ooh whoa

    Maybe you could be the light
    That opens up my eyes
    Make all my wrongs right
    Change me, change me
    change me oh yeah

    Don't fight fire with fire
    If I'm screaming, talk quieter
    Understanding and patience
    Feel the pain that I'm facing
    Be like Serenity
    Help me position my mind
    Take a chance, make a difference in my life

    Maybe you could change me (oh)
    Maybe you could change me
    (Maybe you could change me ooh hoo)

    Maybe you could be the light (you could be the light)
    That opens up my eyes (opens up my eyes)
    Make all my wrongs right
    Change me, change me
    change me oh yeah

    Girl, I'm ready, if you're ready, now
    Ooh, is it ever gonna be?
    If you're with it, then I'm with it, now

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