"There's More To Me Than You" as written by and James Thomas/chagnon Slater....
I spent years and all of this time
Thinkin' I was better off
'Cause you were mine
You always said it was your way or the highway
So i shifted my life into drive
Gettin' out kissin' my past goodbye
Like Toby said how do ya like me now
This conversation has run dry
And I keep tellin' myself

Oh oh oh there's more to me than you
Oh oh don't underestimate what I can do
'Cause I'm alright
It's ok
I know I'll make it through
'Cause there's more to me than you

I'm not sayin' I'm batered or bruised
But I might as well be the words that you used
I believe in myself
That makes me stronger
Things change and so have I
I'm gonna make hay while the sun still shines
You can clip my wings but I'm still gonna fly
I'm on my own and on my way
And I keep tellin' myself

Oh oh oh there's more to me than you
Oh oh don't underestimate what I can do
'Cause I'm alright
It's ok
I know I'll make it through
'Cause there's more to me than you

There was always somthin' that meant more to you than me
And I'm just sorry it's taken this for you to see

Oh oh oh there's more to me than you
Oh oh don't underestimate what I can do
'Cause I'm alright
It's ok
I know I'll make it through
'Cause there's more to me than you

Oh oh oh there's more to me than you
Oh oh oh there's more to me than you


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"There's More to Me Than You" as written by Marcel Chagnon James Thomas Slater

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, CARLIN AMERICA INC

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    General Commentgood song, clearly about being free of an ex
    Soundspoton June 25, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis is the only song I've ever heard that has two equally good versions (the normal and the ballad). I love this song!
    Kathryn05on April 16, 2007   Link

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