"Alright" as written by Ethan Mentzer, Todd A Wright and Mark Hartman....
Oh, oh, oh, alright, alright
I've been holding on to my tongue
For way too long
But I let go tonight

Oh, oh, oh, alright
I don't need this anymore
You're the one who closed the door
I just locked it

And I'm still doing alright
I'll be doing alright

Before you go tear me open
Don't leave anything unbroken
Put your second thoughts to bed
And turn out the lights before you stay

And drag this on for days
When you should be gone
Get this thing out of your head
And leave me behind and I'll be alright
(Oh, oh, oh, alright)

Oh, oh, oh, alright
Keep on pushing me away
With the stupid things you say
They mean nothing to me

Oh, oh, oh, alright
So you found somebody else
'Cause you couldn't stand yourself
Take what you need

Enjoy your new life
I'll be doing alright

Before you go tear me open
Don't leave anything unbroken
Put your second thoughts to bed
And turn out the lights before you stay

And drag this on for days
When you should be gone
Get this thing out of your head
And leave me behind and I'll be alright

We could have made it together
Could have been something great
If I had my way then we never
Would have ended things this way
Instead you gave up so easily
And turned into what I hate
Now you are just a memory

Before you go tear me open
Don't leave anything unbroken
Put your second thoughts to bed
And turn out the lights before you stay

And drag this on for days
When you should be gone
Get this thing out of your head
And leave me behind

Before you go tear me open
Don't leave anything unbroken
Put your second thoughts to bed
And turn out the lights before you stay

And drag this on for days
When you should be gone
Get this thing out of your head
And leave me behind and I'll be alright
I'll be alright, oh, oh, oh, alright


Lyrics submitted by jommy

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