"I Did It For You" as written by and Diane Eve Warren....
Life without taking chances
Is no kinda life at all
You gotta stand up for something
Even if you might fall

Got to take that road
Wherever it might go
No matter where, no matter what
I want you to know, I want you to know

I tried to do my best to do the best I could
I gotta give my all is what I had to do
I would do all again and that's the honest truth
I,I did it for you

Maybe I was crazy
I guess I was sometimes
Maybe its hard to change things
But I had to know what's right
Everyday you've got to live for too many
Please understand, I had no choice
It's what had to be, its what had to be

I tried to do my best to do the best I could
I gotta give my all is what I had to do
I would do all again and that's the honest truth
I,I did it for you

And I had no choice
Its something that I believe
A dream that was driving me high inside of me

I tried to do my best to do the best I could
I gotta give my all is what I had to do
I would do all again and that's the honest truth
I,I did it for you

Oh oh
I did it for you
I did it for you


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"I Did It for You" as written by Diane Eve Warren

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    General CommentDoes anyone know what was meant by this song?

    I can't work out what this is. It feels like a love song, or at any rate a song about love-- though not necessarily romantic love. But I can't think of any appropriate situation for these words to be spoken... some sort of irreversible, sad, yet loyal decision?
    kirotourmalineon January 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits about loving someone that much, that everything you do is for them.
    thismustberealon August 10, 2010   Link

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