Better

Album: Cut To Impress (2013)
  • There's a bottle on the shelf, talkin' to me
    Sayin', "Come over here, you can have a drink"
    We can make it through this lonely night together

    But that's a road I don't wanna go back down
    And I hate myself for what I'm thinkin' now
    Hey, it's just one night, it's not like it's forever
    I just want to feel better

    I just want to feel good, feel alright
    Feel anything but what I feel tonight
    I just want to move on with my life
    And put the pieces back together
    I just want to feel better

    All these pictures running through my head
    From the way he loved to the way he left
    Not a single day goes by, I don't miss him

    When the lonely gets to be too much
    I try to kill the pain with a stranger's touch
    Though I know I won't forget him altogether
    I just want to feel better

    I just want to feel good, feel alright
    Feel anything but what I feel tonight
    I just want to move on with my life
    And put the pieces back together
    I just want to feel better

    I know there's gonna come a day
    When he's still gone and it's okay

    I just want to feel good, feel alright
    Feel anything but what I feel tonight
    I just want to move on with my life
    And put the pieces back together
    I just want to feel better
    I just want to feel betterWriter/s: CANDYCE L. CAMERON, DAVE BERG, DEANNA BRYANT
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, COPYRIGHT SOLUTIONS
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