"Maybe I'm Right" as written by Robert Berkeley Davis and Elizabeth Margaret Mcclarnon....
Mmmm
Baby, baby
Oh yeah

The moon covers the sun
For longer than one night
I spill my water
And it slowly falls out right
I look out the window
And see the clouds up on my head
Maybe I'll just wait until you tell me instead

Maybe I'ma right
Maybe I'ma wrong
Could this be something good?
Maybe I'ma weak
Maybe I'm strong
Or am I misunderstood?
Maybe it's time to open my heart
So my head's not upside down
If you could give me that something
You'd turn my life around

I see a lover crying as her baby calms her down
Is it fine below as I'm walking through the clouds?
I'm blue when it's raining and I'm freezing in the sound
But in sun I'm smiling 'cause
I know you're the one

Maybe I'ma right
Maybe I'ma wrong
Could this be something good?
Maybe I'ma weak
Maybe I'm strong
Or am I misunderstood?
Maybe it's time to open my heart
So my head's not upside down
If you could give me that something
You'd turn my life around

The show must goes on
Even if my heart's stood still
And the road could be long
'Cause I don't know how you feel

Maybe I'ma right
Maybe I'ma wrong
Oh oh
Maybe I'ma weak
Maybe I'm strong
Yeah yeah yeah
Maybe it's time to open my heart
Could this be something good?
If you could give me that something
You

Maybe I'ma right
Maybe I'ma wrong
Could this be something good?
Maybe I'ma weak
Maybe I'm strong
Or am I misunderstood?
Maybe it's time to open my heart
So my head's not upside down
If you could give me that something
You'd turn my life around

You'd turn my life around
You'd turn me upside down
Time to open my heart
I knew it from the start


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"Maybe I'm Right" as written by Robert Berkeley Davis Elizabeth Margaret Mcclarnon

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