"Judging" as written by and David Frazier....
I won't be judged by the cover
Before you read the pages inside
I'm counting one, maybe two or three mistakes I've made
I never thought the cover couldn't hide

Don't bow down to the world
Everyone's a king in their own mind
(Don't bow down, don't bow down)
Don't bow down to the world
Everyone's a king in their own mind

A word, another word, just another word describing me
But there's a cost for what you say
I never said that you would get every word I mean
Still the word is the enemy anyway

Don't bow down to the world
Everyone's a king in their own mind
(Don't bow down, don't bow down)
Don't bow down to the world
Everyone's a king in their own mind

So who are you to judge me now?
Who am I to tell you how?
If there's one for judging, let me be the one
Let me be the one

Is it you, or is it me, is it everyone who sees
Every fault in every detail
You wish I was dead, but even death seems overrated
Because I won't, I won't, won't bow down

Don't bow down to the world
Everyone's a king in their own mind
(Don't bow down, don't bow down)
Don't bow down to the world
Everyone's a king in their own mind

So who are you to judge me now?
Who am I to tell you how?
If there's one for judging, let me be the one
Who are you to judge me now?
Who am I to tell you how?
If there's one for judging, let me be the one
Let me be the one
Let me be the one
Let me be the one
Let me be the one


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"Judging" as written by David E. Frazier David Frazier

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