In Your Shoes

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  • You turn the radio on
    Play your favorite song and cry (Cry)
    You let it all disappear
    Push back the doubt and fear they try (Try)

    To hold your head under the waves
    But you’re breathing all the same
    You are stronger than their hate

    Time for you to walk out walk in your own shoes
    Lay down your footprints wherever you choose
    Leave it all behind and move on you are your own woman

    You never asked for trouble
    But you’ve got fire that burns so bright (Bright)
    You turn and face the struggle
    When all the others turn and hide (Hide)

    You hold your head above the waves
    Above the war they try to wage
    You are stronger than their hate

    Time for you to walk out walk in your own shoes
    Lay down your footprints wherever you choose
    Leave it all behind and move on ’cause you are your own woman

    Ooh ah yeah
    Ooh ah yeah
    Ooh ah yeah

    Time for you to walk out walk in your own shoes
    Lay down your footprints wherever you choose
    Leave it all behind and move on
    You are your own woman
    Move on yeah
    Time for you to walk out walk in your own shoes
    Lay down your footprints wherever you choose
    Say what’s on your mind with pride
    ‘Cause you are your own woman

    (Ooh ah yeah) You’ve got a light that always guides you
    (Ooh ah yeah) You speak of hope and change as something good
    (Ooh ah yeah) Live your truth and know you’re not alone

    You turn the radio on
    Play your favorite song and sing out so loudWriter/s: THOMAS LUKE DOUCET, SARAH ANN MCLACHLAN, PIERRE MARCHAND
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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