That's Alright

Album: Sing To The Moon (2013)
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  • I will never be what you want and that's alright
    'Cause my skin ain't light and my body ain't tight
    And that's alright
    But if I might, I must stand and fight

    I will never be what you want and that's alright
    I play my own damn tune, I shine like the moon
    And very soon, I'll soon fly over you
    And what you gonna do when I fly over you

    Tell me who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe

    And every morning when I wake up I pray for you
    And then I pray for me that soon you'll see
    How love can be, our love will set you free
    And what it's gonna be, I see the beauty in your eyes

    Tell me who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe

    I will never be what you want and that's alright
    'Cause my skin ain't light and my body ain't tight
    I will never be what you want and that's alright
    'Cause my skin ain't light and that's alright

    Tell me who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe
    Who made you the center of the universe Writer/s: LAURA MVULA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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