Worry Walks Beside Me

Album: Home Again (2012)
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  • Worry walks beside me every day
    They say I should run but It's comin my way
    I'll be doin fine if you just leave me behind

    Coming all over and under my skin
    Say if I follow I will die like a king
    I'll be doin fine if you just leave me behind

    What will it take to believe I can run
    What will it take? When will I be done?
    I've been trying
    I find him standing here all the time

    I find him trying to steal all that's mine

    I'll be doin fine if you just leave me behind

    What will it take to believe I can run
    What will it take? When will I be done?
    I've been trying

    What will it take to be free again
    I wanna leave this behind
    What will it take just to see again
    All this is making me blind
    What will it take to believe I can run
    What will it take? When will I be done?
    I've been trying
    How does it feel to be flying away
    How does it feel to believe today
    I've been trying
    Worry walks beside me everyday Writer/s: HOLLY ELIZA MARTIN, MICHAEL KIWANUKA, MICHAEL SAMUEL KIWANUKA, PAUL BUTLER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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