"Jump" as written by Wayne Wilkins, Lee Horrocks and Kate Earl....
I could have been a lot of things
A preachers wife
Or a prisoner
And I could have been a movie star
Or a stunt man always falling down

I didn’t want to fall in love
Cause love has always let me down
I didn’t want to hurt again
So I put myself on higher ground

I used to feel so safe
The way I used to be
You brought me to the edge
And baby you have set me free

Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Cause I’m falling anyhow

Baby you have set me free

Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Cause I’m falling anyhow

I could have been a lot of things
A soldier’s wife
Or a centerfold
I could have been a single mother junkie always coming down
I didn’t want to roll like that
And lose myself or anything
I wanted to try to make my life the best I could and live for me

I used to feel so safe
The way I used to be
You brought me to the edge
And baby you have set me free

Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Cause I’m falling anyhow

Baby you have set me free

Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Cause I’m falling anyhow

I like the way you make me feel
I’m not so scared anymore
I found myself when I met you
You make me feel so sure

Free

Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Cause I’m falling anyhow

Baby you have set me free

Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Cause I’m falling anyhow

Baby you have set me free

Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Cause I’m falling anyhow

Baby you have set me free

Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Could have been a jump wire
Cause I’m falling anyhow


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