Breakfast

  • I wanna say thank you (thank you)
    You've been more than just a man
    You've really been a friend
    And I wanna say thank you (thank you)
    You put me to the test
    When I know you could've left me behind

    When I feel like I'm knocked back off my feet
    And I swear I'm all alone
    You're the one who carries me
    Simple things like giving me your peace
    You're strong enough to be
    Exactly what I need

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    Sometimes it's just so dark
    And I can't see past my hand
    But you're solid as a rock
    You're everything I love
    And I done all that I can
    You told me still stand
    When it's said and done
    I am just what I am

    So much of who we are
    Is from who taught us how to love
    So much of who we are
    Is from who first taught us how to love

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    Maybe we'll make breakfast
    Maybe we'll make breakfast
    Maybe we'll make breakfast

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world

    This is the real thing
    The real thing about us
    Welcome to the world Writer/s: DAVID ANDREW SITEK, KELIS ROGERS, TODD SIMON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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