Heart of a Lion

Album: Man On The Moon: The End Of Day (2009)
  • Please save a kid that needs some help
    And I can't begin to
    Think of anything that could help
    But the weed is guaranteed indeed
    Just what I need
    How I feel upon a time
    So recent in time
    Make me sad when
    I recollect how it use to be like David and Goliath
    Kinda like me and the Devil
    Tryna rip out my soul
    Tryna catch a n**** on sleep no no
    You can try again and I'll be ready
    Wont let you kill me in my dream like Freddy Kruger
    No I'm not no loser wont see you in hell

    At the end of the day, day
    My momma told me don't let no one break me
    Let no one break me
    At end of the day, day,
    Nobody, nobody, ever could stop me
    Ever could stop me
    At the end of the day, day
    You cant regret it if you were trying
    If you were trying
    At the end of the day, day
    I'm walking with a heart of a lion, yea

    Please save a kid that needs some help
    And I can't see ahdead of me so I'm moving stealth
    Hide and seek within a dream
    I seem to glide above my horror
    Though I feel I'll never be complete
    Inside the dark I borrow
    To proceed and remain intact
    My mental is so unstable
    And they talk and judge a man
    They have no clue of what I'm capable
    'til I show a side of
    Me no one had thought could be within
    I told ya, no I'm not no loser
    I'll see you in hell

    At the end of the day, day
    My momma told me don't let no one break me
    Let no one break me
    At end of the day, day,
    Nobody, nobody, ever could stop me
    Ever could stop me
    At the end of the day, day
    You cant regret it if you were trying
    If you were trying
    At the end of the day, day
    I'm walking with a heart of a lion, yea

    [Repeat: x4]
    No, no, no, no, no, no, no yea no yea

    (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)

    I'm just a kid who needs no help I've achieved
    A bigger thing no cash or check could be more
    Blessed and if you would've seen the things
    I've seen up in my slumber you'd be sure stay awake
    No need to run your fate will follow you
    You should know not for the faint at heart
    This world understands no cowards
    Its a goal a simple code I stay on the grind to the 25th hour
    And I know the fight in me is somewhere
    Hiding deep within I told you no
    I'll never let you drag me down to hell no

    At the end of the day, day
    My momma told me don't let no one break me
    Let no one break me
    At end of the day, day,
    Nobody, nobody, ever could stop me
    Ever could stop me
    At the end of the day, day
    You cant regret it if you were trying
    If you were trying
    At the end of the day, day
    I'm walking with a heart of a lion, yea

    [Repeat: x4]
    No, no, no, no, no, no, no yea no yea

    (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah) Writer/s: JEAN BAPTISTE KOUAME, MICHAEL MCHENRY, SCOTT RAMON SEGURO MESCUDI
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC , DOWNTOWN MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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