"It's Always Been You" as written by and Chris August/cash Megert....
It's always been You
From the day that I saw You
From a heart that was broken
I was changed into something brand new

Like a butterfly learning
How to use my wings to fly like the wind
I gotta make it home again

It's always been You
Seeing deeper than the surface
With a smile You demolish
All my walls You can always break through

To the heart of the matter
No matter what I try to do
When I hide from the sun
You come and change my point of view

And I'm sorry for the things I've done
When You ran to me, I turned to run
But You were waiting when I came undone
And needed something to hold on to

'Cause it's always been You
In the heat of the moment
When the pain was so real
And the scars on my heart were still wounds

I gotta stop hiding
From the one thing that's left to do
I know what I gotta do

And I'm sorry for the things I've done
When You ran to me, I turned to run
But You were waiting when I came undone
And needed something to hold on to
It's always been You

I wake up, I wake up
To the morning light, to Your morning light
I wake up, I wake up
'Cause You shine so bright

I'm sorry for the things I've done
When You ran to me, I turned to run
Yeah, You were waiting, You were waiting

And I'm sorry for the things I've done
When You ran to me, I turned to run
But You were waiting when I came undone
You gave me something to hold on to

Yeah, it's always been You
Oh, it's always been You
Oh, it's always been You


Lyrics submitted by worshipingwarrior

"It's Always Been You" as written by Chris August Megert Chris Megert

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