Be Above It

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  • Gotta be above it
    Gotta be above it

    And I know that I gotta be above it now
    And I know that I can't let them bring me down
    And I gotta bide my time as a face in the crowd
    And I know that I gotta be above it now

    And I know that I gotta be above it now

    And I gotta bide my time as a face in the crowd
    And I know that I gotta be above it now
    And I cannot let them all just bring me down

    This time I'm just gonna take it all
    I'm never gonna shake it up
    I'll just close my eyes and make so that all the things don't affect me now
    I know that I gotta be above it now

    And I cannot let them all just bring me down

    This time I'm just gonna take or I'm never gonna shake it
    I'll just close my eyes and make so that all the things don't affect me now

    Gotta be above it
    Gotta be above itWriter/s: Kevin Parker
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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