Worth My Time

Album: The London Sessions (2014)
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  • It's been hard on you, but it's been hard on me
    Can't you see my point of view?
    And every time we speak
    It leave me weak
    When you're running away 'cause you don't wanna hear what I say
    Is it me, is it you, could it all have been a mistake?

    But I won't give up
    Make it worth my time
    We've been in it so long we forgot how it feels to live life
    And I wanna stay
    And I won't give up if you make it worth my time
    We're approaching it wrong and it isn't enough to get by
    And I wanna stay

    Nobody's fault, but we both feel the pain
    It's a shame
    And we've talked of change but everything remains just the same
    When you're running away 'cause you don't wanna hear what I say
    Is it me, is it you, could it all have been a mistake?

    But I won't give up
    Make it worth my time
    We've been in it so long we forgot how it feels to live life
    And I wanna stay
    And I won't give up if you make it worth my time
    We're approaching it wrong and it isn't enough to get by
    I wanna stay

    You sacrifice, who's wrong or right?
    Let's stick together now more than ever

    I won't give up
    Make it worth my time
    We've been in it so long we forgot how it feels to live life
    And I wanna stay
    And I won't give up if you make it worth my time
    We're approaching this wrong and it isn't enough to get by
    And I wanna stay Writer/s: JAMES JOHN NAPIER, MARY J. BLIGE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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