New Life (Intro)

Album: New Life (2012)
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  • Hello?
    Hey, mary
    Oh what's goin' on sis'?
    Nothing just thinking man gotta pack up my yesterdays
    But sometimes you gotta remember where you came from to see exactly where you're goin'
    You are a great mother, a great friend, a great wife and when you have a man that loves you as you do and two children that adore you and a mother that is always there for you
    Uh huh
    You have a blessed life god is with you everywhere you go and he loves you
    Yea, you're right
    You know what to do just enjoy your new life

    I'm packing up my yesterdays
    And I won't look back no no no
    Come too far from all of that (all of that)
    Won't look back (won't look)
    Won't look back (won't look)
    You know I gotta stay on track (oh, I gotta stay on track)
    Won't look back (won't look back)
    Come too far from all of that (uh uh uh uh)
    Life new new new new new new life

    Gotta embrace my new life Writer/s: Anthony Randolph, Cainon Lamb, Monica Brown, Raymond Gordon
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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