I Won't Lie

Album: Home Again (2012)
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  • Oh, comfort me brother
    Something's heavy on my mind
    Now I sit and wonder
    What it is it that I can't find,
    Can't find peace all on my own
    Can't seem to get there on and on
    So come, hear me brother, I won't lie!

    Now I have been broken
    No longer am I blind
    My lesser has spoken and
    Most of me is left behind
    Won't find freedom here on my own
    Can't seem to get there all alone
    So come, hear me brother, I won't lie!

    You never leave me
    You'll always be part of the person I'll become
    And I'll never leave you
    You give me memories that I know could never leave
    Oh, yeah!

    You never leave me
    You'll always be part of the person I'll become
    And I'll never leave you
    You give me memories that I know could never leave.
    On my knees, all on my own
    Can't seem to get there oll alone
    So come, hear me brother, I won't lie! Writer/s: Michael Samuel Kiwanuka, Paul James Butler
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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