"Steady Now" as written by Brandon Heath and Ben Glover....
There's an air everywhere
Of inconsideration and despair
I don't consider you and you don't consider me
And it?s well understood that we don't care

You know we don't have to wait until the end of the night
Just to say that something?s wrong and maybe nobody?s right
We're all victims in a battle we never had to fight
It?s okay, it?s alright, steady now
We're in this thing together, we're in this together

I regret that I forget
Confessions always seem to stay unsaid
And maybe I worry that you'll forsake me
Use my shame as a weapon and go on and break me

You know we don't have to wait until the end of the night
Just to say that something?s wrong and maybe nobody?s right
We're all victims in a battle that we never had to fight
It?s okay, it?s alright, steady now
We're in this together

?Cause I want to take the time to say I'm sorry
I haven't loved you the way I should
Do you think that you could forgive me?
Just try to hear me, I, I need you with me now

You know we don't have to wait until the end of the night
Just to say that something?s wrong and maybe nobody?s right
We're all victims in a battle we never had to fight
It?s okay, it?s alright

You know we don't have to wait until the end of the night
Just to say that something?s wrong and maybe nobody?s right
We're all victims in a battle we never had to fight
It?s okay, it?s alright, steady now
We're in this together, steady now



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"Steady Now" as written by Brandon Heath Ben Glover

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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