You're Not Alone

Album: You're Not Alone (2020)
  • Everybody knows that the world is wrong
    Only thing to do is write a song
    That's one way to take a wrong and make it alright

    So drink up your time, take a pill for the pain
    Come out of the dark and in from the rain
    I want to see your face in the glow of the firelight

    The water's warm
    And no one ever told you life was long
    And believed it

    You've always known
    There's someone out there watching as you go
    Just a feeling
    You're not alone

    Gaze in my eyes and tell me I'll be alright
    Even if I don't get what I need tonight
    Sometimes the complexity gets a little complex

    But other times it's easy as baking a pie
    Falling off a log and living till you die
    What would even be the point if we knew what comes next?

    The water's warm
    And no one ever told you life was long
    And believed it

    You've always known
    There's someone out there watching as you go
    Just a feeling
    You're not alone
    You're not alone

    Dance love pray to the beat
    Make a little poem you can sing in the street
    Who do you believe, the TV or your beating heart?

    You wanna fight the power or tell it the truth
    Better take the fight to the voting booth
    Sharpen your senses 'cause you're gonna have to see in the dark

    The water's warm
    And no one ever told you life was long
    And believed it

    You've always known
    There's someone out there watching as you go
    Just a feeling
    You're not alone
    You're not alone
    You're not alone
    You're not alone Writer/s: Daniel Dodd Wilson
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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