Diamond

  • As solid as a rock
    Priceless as they come
    Raised out of the dust
    You're tender and you're tough
    Just shinin' in the sun

    Brilliant under pressure
    Sharper than a knife
    A not so hidden treasure
    Deserve to hear forever
    Who's holding you tonight

    Baby you're a diamond
    You're always gonna cut through
    You just go on shinin'
    Baby you're a diamond
    They're never gonna break you
    Love might let you down
    Leave you lyin' in the dark
    Those teardrops on your face
    Ain't ever going to change
    How beautiful you are

    'Cause baby you're a diamond
    You're always gonna cut through
    You just go on shinin baby you're a diamond
    They're never gonna break you
    Yeah, never gonna break you oh, yeah
    Girl you know I know you
    I've seen you through it all
    Remember that you're worth it
    You're perfectly, imperfect even with a couple flaws

    'Cause that's the thing about a diamond
    You're always gonna cut through
    You just go on shinin'
    Baby you're a diamond
    They're never gonna break you, baby you're a diamond, yes you are
    You're always going to cut through
    You just go on shinin' baby you're a diamond
    They're never gonna break you
    They're never gonna break youWriter/s: NICOLLE ANNE GALYON, ERIC PASLAY, LIZ ROSE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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