Be Still

Album: My December (2007)
  • Far, away from it all
    You and me with no one else around
    A brand new start
    Is all we need, it's all we need to mend these hearts
    Back to the beginning

    Be still
    Let it go

    Before we lost hope
    When we still touched and love wasn't so hard

    Be still
    I already know

    Foolish one with the smile
    You don't have to be brave
    Every time we fall down
    But we're falling from grace
    I'll gladly climb your walls if you'll meet me halfway

    Slow, slow it down
    Why do we run, we're missing so much babe
    Just lay in my arms for a while

    Be still
    We should've known

    Foolish one with the smile
    You don't have to be brave
    I'll gladly climb your walls
    If you'll meet me halfway
    Every time we fall down
    But we're falling from grace
    Here's my hand and my heart
    It's yours to take

    Be still
    Be still now
    Be still
    Be still
    Be still Writer/s: Aben Eubanks, Kelly Brianne Clarkson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Big Coke from Montanai love it
  • Kelsey from Salt Lake City, UtDuring a concert in Utah for this album, she stated that this was her mother's favorite song from her work.
  • Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnBeautiful ballad. Kelly is so vulnerable in this song.
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