"Strong Enough [Live at the Borderline]" as written by David Ricketts, Kevin Gilbert, David Baerwald, Brian Macleod, Sheryl Crow and Bill Bottrell....
God I feel like hell tonight
The tears of rage I cannot lie
I'd be the last to help you understand

Are you strong enough to be my man
My man

Nothing's true, and nothing's right
So let me be alone tonight
'Cause you can't change the way I am

Are you strong enough to be my man

Lie to me, I promise I'll believe
Lie to me, but please don't leave

I have a face I cannot show
I make the rules up as I go
Just try and love me if you can

Are you strong enough to be my man
My man
Are you strong enough (to be my man)
Are you strong enough (to be my man)
Are you strong enough
My man

When I've shown you
That I just don't care
When I'm throwing punches in the air
When I'm broken down and I can't stand

Would you be man enough to be my man

Lie to me, I promise I'll believe
Lie to me, but please don't leave


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"Strong Enough" as written by Kevin Gilbert David Ricketts

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