"A Little More Time" as written by Leann Rimes, Dean Sheremet, Gregg Pagani and Paul Rabjohns....
I've been runnin so fast I didn't see the world pass me by
Just kept spinnin on without me

Monday turned to Friday like a blur January was July
And I don't know why

Been poppin' pills and seeing shrinks
Tellin me all about my anxiety

[Chorus]
I just need some time to break away, from this state mind
I want to find a lighter side of me
Always try to please everybody thinks I'm so strong
But sometimes I get weak
They give me all their remedies
When all I really need, is a little more time for me

Finally gonna open my eyes, the possibilities surround me

I want the love of my life all the things that money can't buy
Peace of mind
Life like this would be the sweetest dream,
But right know it's not my reality

I just need some time to break away from this state mind
I want to find a lighter side of me
Always try to please everybody thinks I'm so strong
But sometimes I get weak
They give me all there remedies
When all I really need, is a little more time for me

Time to breathe, time to be me, time to learn
Time to fall, time to save myself from it all

[Chorus]


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"A Little More Time" as written by Leann Rimes Gregg Pagani

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    General CommentHow you just keep running, doing the things you think the world expects from you, or just running away from facing yourself, this song is about taking time to get to know yourself and making piece with every aspect of who you are.
    People around give their 'remedies', or advice on how to cope with life, but she only needs time alone, away from all these people, work, family, etc. Just finding out what she wants and who she is.
    Musician1971on January 31, 2009   Link

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