Carry On

Album: Day Breaks (2016)
  • And after all's been said and done
    Who said it best, were you the one?
    Let's just forget, leave it behind
    And carry on

    If you should find the time to speak
    Then speak to me, I'd never keep
    You from your final destiny
    So carry on

    Into the quiet unbound
    What you have lost, I've never found
    I lost my nerve, yet peace surrounds
    So carry on

    Into the quiet unbound
    What you have lost, I've never found
    I lost my nerve, yet peace surrounds
    So carry on

    And now that all's been said and done
    Who said it best, were you the one?
    Let's just forget, leave it behind
    And carry on
    Let's just forget, leave it behind
    And carry on Writer/s: Norah Jones
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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