Good Morning Gorgeous

Album: Good Morning Gorgeous (2021)
Charted: 83
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  • Yeah, oh, yeah, yeah, yeah oh, oh, oh, ah
    Yeah, oh, oh

    It's so hard just holding on
    Ain't even picking up my phone
    It's hard enough to be (hard enough to sleep)
    Hard enough to be alone
    I'm just tryna move along (mhm)
    Sometimes I do and then I don't
    Tell me what I'm doing wrong
    Tell myself that it ain't healthy
    Second guessin', it don't help me
    I'm so tired of feeling empty
    Dry my eyes, it's time to fight
    It seems like I'm always against me
    Seems like this is never ending
    But I refuse to let it end me
    Mentally (mhm), spiritually (oh), physically
    I need my peace, yeah (ooh, yeah), oh
    I need my peace, oh (oh, oh)

    I wake up every morning and tell myself
    "Good morning gorgeous"
    Sometimes you gotta look in the mirror and say
    "Good morning gorgeous"
    No one else could make me feel this way
    Good morning gorgeous
    Good morning gorgeous
    Good morning gorgeous, ooh

    All the times that I hated myself, self (ooh)
    All the times that I wanted to be someone else (yeah)
    All the times that I should've been gentle with me
    Times that I should've been careful with me
    Why did I hate myself? (Why did I hate?)
    So intensely (yeah)
    Lord, help me

    I wake up every morning and tell myself
    "Good morning gorgeous"
    Sometimes you gotta look in the mirror and say (yeah)
    "Good morning gorgeous"
    No one else could make me feel this way
    Good morning gorgeous
    Oh, is this self-esteem? I could say
    Good morning gorgeous (good morning, good morning, morning)

    Oh, I just
    I ain't talkin' 'bout getting no hair and make up (no, no, no)
    I'm talking about soon as I wake up (oh, ooh, ah)
    I say good morning (say good morning)
    Good morning (good morning)
    Good morning (oh, yeah)
    Good morning gorgeous (yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Hey, hey, ooh, oh, oh (oh, oh, oh)
    Ooh, ooh, ooh Writer/s: David Brown, Dernst Emile, Gabriella Wilson, Mary J. Blige, Tiara Thomas
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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