You Ain't The Problem

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    Love makes you blind
    I hope to find
    Who I believe in
    Get back in line
    I can't deny myself
    Show me the feeling
    Oh, you got me wrong
    If you don't belong
    Live in the trouble

    Don't hesitate
    Time heals the pain
    You ain't the problem (I know)

    I lived a lie
    Love is the crime
    It's you I believe in (I know)
    No need to play myself
    No need to die
    I'm only human (I know)
    I'm done, you got to put me on
    I know when you come along

    Don't hesitate
    Time heals the pain
    You ain't the problem

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    I point the gun
    They shoot for fun
    You are the problem
    I try to help myself
    You are the one
    Do all the talkin'
    You got me wrong
    I caught you fallin'
    I hear you callin'

    Don't hesitate
    Time heals the pain
    You ain't the problem (I know)

    I lived a dream
    I hope to be
    Who I believe in (I know)
    I used to hate myself
    You got the key
    Break out the prison (I know)
    Ah, I hope to never see time passin'

    Don't hesitate
    Time heals the pain
    You ain't the problem

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    La la la la la Writer/s: Brian Burton, Dean Cover, Michael Samuel Kiwanuka
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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