Find The Beat Again

Album: The Incredible Machine (2010)
  • Why you walking around with your heart so heavy?
    Is it gettin' you down? Steady beat, beat steady.
    And with the way you're feeling, thinking that it never will end
    And I know you say you got your reasons, you kick it 'til you break it again

    But I wanna say
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Things are lookin' better now
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Nothin' lasts forever if you open up your heart and let it in
    You'll find the beat again

    You've been blue for a while and you just can't shake it
    Got no reason to smile so you have to fake it
    And with the way you're feeling, thinking that you gotta pretend
    Though I know you say you got your reasons, you kick it 'til you break it again

    Still I wanna say
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Things are lookin' better now
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Nothin' lasts forever if you open up your heart and let it in
    You'll find the beat again

    Come on, Come on!
    Come on, Come on!
    Come on, Come on nowwwww

    Everybody say
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Things are lookin' better now
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Hey! (Hey!)
    Nothin' lasts forever if you open up your heart and let it in
    You'll find the beat again

    (Hey! Hey!) Come on, Come on!
    (Hey! Hey!) Come on, Come on!
    (Hey! Hey!) Come on, Come on!
    (Hey! Hey!) Come on, Come on!
    (Hey! Hey!) Why you walking around? (Come on, come on!)
    (Hey! Hey!) Why you walking around? (Come on, come on!)
    (Hey! Hey!) Why you walking around? (Come on, come on!)
    (Hey! Hey!) Writer/s: JENNIFER NETTLES, KRISTIAN BUSH
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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