I Won't Let You Down

Album: All Or Nothing (2008)
Charted: 137
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  • Get out of my town
    Get out of the spot light
    You saw my heart so what does it look like?
    It's not what you do but it how it gets done
    And now I've had my fun

    I took you out into the world
    I tore you down and I burnt you badly
    I scream and shout, I'm lost for words
    I don't know
    I took my gun, shot you down
    Left an exit wound
    That your afraid to show me
    I scream and shout, I'm lost for words
    I don't know

    I won't let you down
    I won't let you down
    I won't tear your heart out

    I got your message and I feel like a mistake
    You said you want to learn
    To let go of dead weight
    It's not what you do but how it gets done
    And now I've had my fun
    I brought you back down to earth
    I twist your skin and I bruise you badly
    I scream and shout, lost for words
    I don't know
    I took your heart for what its worth
    You said there's nothing else
    For you to do but hate me
    I scream and shout, I'm lost for words
    I don't know

    I won't let you down
    I won't let you down
    I won't tear your heart out

    I won't let you down
    I won't tear your heart out
    I won't let you down
    I won't tear your heart out

    I won't let you down
    I won't let you down
    I won't tear your heart out Writer/s: CHARLOTTE COOPER, JOSHUA MORGAN, WILLIAM MORGAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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