"A Reason" as written by Lindy Robbins, Derek Bramble and Dana Glover....
Two steps forward, and three steps back
And I don't know where we are
You see it your way, and I see it mine
And we're lost here in the dark

Not just a matter of talking it out
(You know) it don't mean nothing if there's something to hide
And oh, I know you know just what I'm talking about
There's an unspoken hesitation we both feel inside

Am I here, am I gone
Tell me where I belong
All that I need is a reason
Am I wrong, am I right
Are we saying good-bye
Give me something to believe in
'Cause all that I need is a reason

It's complicated, so overrated to say all we need is love
My baby believe me, I wish it was that easy
But sometimes love just isn't enough
This indecision here is wearing me down
I can't hold onto something so undefined
And I, I've got to know if what was lost can be found
This situation's got me crazy, goin' out of my mind

Am I here, am I gone
Tell me where I belong
All that I need is a reason
Am I wrong, am I right
Are we saying good-bye
Give me something to believe in
'Cause all that I need is a reason

And, oh, if you would only just let your feelings flow
I'd be the one who would never let you go, and you'd know and I'd know

All that I need, all that I need from you, all I need, all that I need..

Yeah, tell me where I belong
You know all that I need is a reason
Am I wrong, am I right
Are we saying good-bye
Give me something to believe in
'Cause all that I need, all I really need is a reason
Show me where I belong
All that I need, am I wrong, or am I right, are we saying good-bye
Give me something, wohhh

'Cause all that I need is a reason


Lyrics submitted by Wuthering_flutist

"A Reason" as written by Derek Bramble Lindy Robbins

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC

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