Bigger Than Me

Album: Faith In The Future (2022)
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  • When somebody told me I would change
    I used to hide behind a smile
    When somebody told me I would change
    I was afraid, I don't know why
    'Cause so does the world outside, I realized

    I didn't read the signs
    Walkin' different lies
    I know I took a left
    Tryna make it right

    All of these voices, all of these choices
    I don't hear them anymore
    Hear them anymore

    When somebody told me I would change
    I used to hide behind a smile
    When somebody told me I would change
    I was afraid, I don't know why
    'Cause so does the world outside, I realize

    And it's bigger than me
    It's bigger than me
    I've woken up from my sleep
    It's bigger than me
    It's bigger than me

    So, come on, call me "Liar"
    Yeah, you're so quick to judge
    'Cause yeah, I might have changed
    But everybody does

    All of those voices, all of those choices
    I don't hear them anymore
    Hear them anymore

    When somebody told me I would change
    I used to hide behind a smile
    When somebody told me I would change
    I was afraid, I don't know why
    'Cause so does the world outside, I realize

    And it's bigger than me
    It's bigger than me
    I've woken up from my sleep
    It's bigger than me
    It's bigger than me

    Do you ever ask why? It's not black and white
    How you sleep at night when you're just like me?
    Ooh-ooh, 'cause I feel alive
    Now I realize that the world outside

    It's bigger than me
    It's bigger than me
    I've woken up from my sleep
    It's bigger than me
    It's bigger than me

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