The Cure

Album: LM5 (2018)
Charted: 49
  • I lost my faith, made my mistakes
    Gonna find a way to make it easy
    I'll be better on my own, believe me
    Pain, I hold back, can't live like that
    Yeah, I made my peace with all of the sorrow
    And now I'm livin' for tomorrow

    I'm a girl with a new face, and a life that's been changed
    You know, you know, you know?

    I was a little bit lost, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little bit hurt, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little left out, but I'm not anymore
    'Cause the tears fell down, but they don't anymore
    I was a little messed up, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little locked out, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little far gone, but I'm not anymore
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure

    Oh, oh, oh, oh
    Oh, oh, oh, oh
    Oh, oh, oh, oh
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure

    Now it's me and myself, yeah, yeah, yeah, don't need no one else
    This happiness was always inside me
    But Lord, it took a minute to find me
    And this freedom I found is worth a million o' you now
    And I'm puttin' all my troubles behind me
    I only need my heart to guide me

    I'm a girl with a new face, and a life that's been changed
    You know, you know, you know? (you know, know, know, know)

    I was a little bit lost, but I'm not anymore (a little bit lost)
    I was a little bit hurt, but I'm not anymore (ooh woah, oh, no-no-no)
    I was a little left out, but I'm not anymore
    'Cause the tears fell down, but they don't anymore
    I was a little messed up, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little locked out, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little far gone, but I'm not anymore
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure

    I got the
    It's alright now, baby, I got the cure
    I got the
    I got the cure
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure
    I got the
    I got the
    I got the cure
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure

    And I
    And I'll learn to love again
    'Cause I
    'Cause I finally understand
    Ooh, hey!

    I was a little bit lost, but I'm not anymore (little bit, oh)
    I was a little bit hurt, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little left out, but I'm not anymore (little bit, oh)
    'Cause the tears fell down, but they don't anymore (tears fell down now)
    I was a little messed up, but I'm not anymore (tears fell down now)
    I was a little locked out, but I'm not anymore (tears fell down now)
    I was a little far gone, but I'm not anymore
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure
    I was a little bit lost, but I'm not anymore (no, no more)
    I was a little bit hurt, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little left out, but I'm not anymore (no, no more)
    'Cause the tears fell down, but they don't anymore
    I was a little messed up, but I'm not anymore (no, no more)
    I was a little locked out, but I'm not anymore
    I was a little far gone, but I'm not anymore (no, no more)
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure

    I got the cure
    Cure, cure, cure
    I go the cure, cure, cure, cure
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure
    I got the
    I got the
    I got the cure
    Yeah, it's alright now, baby, I got the cure Writer/s: Benjamin Kohn, Camille Purcell, Peter Kelleher, Tom Barnes
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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