Till The End

Album: Work It Out (2015)
  • (Hold up will you love me)
    (Hold up) (hold on tonight)
    (Hold up will you love me)
    (Hold up) (hold on tonight)

    (Hold up will you love me)
    (Hold up) (hold on tonight)
    (Hold up will you love me)
    (Hold up)

    All my fear is running out
    And I feel like I survived
    'Cause I'm like the earth when the rain doesn't wanna fall
    Back when I thought that I had it all
    All my feelings flooding back for you

    And I said
    Am I gonna make you mine
    Can I really change your mind
    Will I get it right this time
    Will I get it right this time

    'Cause I want to believe
    That I will keep fighting 'till the end
    And I should have believed
    That you were much more than just a friend, a friend

    You've been away for far too long
    Now I'm knocking at your door
    'Cause you're like the chain pulling me where I shouldn't go
    Back to the place where I'd never grow
    Something tells me that I have changed for good

    And I said
    Am I gonna make you mine
    Can I really change your mind
    Will I get it right this time
    Will I get it right this time

    'Cause I want to believe
    That I will keep fighting 'till the end
    And I should have believed
    That you were much more than just a friend, a friend

    Oh won't you come back for me
    I want you, I want you
    Oh won't you come back for me
    I want you, I want you

    'Cause I want to believe
    That I will keep fighting 'till the end
    And I should have believed
    That you were much more than just a friend
    And I want to believe
    That I was just fighting for a friend
    That should have believed that we could have made it 'till the end, the end Writer/s: LUCY ROSE PARTON
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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