"Weak" as written by Brian Alexander Morgan, Shirley Murdock, Larry Troutman and Roger Troutman....
(1) Lost in time
I can't count the words
I said when I thought
They went unheard
All of these harsh thought
So unkind
'Cause I wanted you
I wanted you

And now I sit here
I'm all alone
So here sits a bloody mess
Tears fly home
A circle of angels
Deep in war
'Cause I wanted you
I wanted you

Weak as I am
No tears for you
Weak as I am
No tears for you
Deep as I am
I'm no one's fool
Weak as I am

So what am I now
But love's last home
I'm all of the soft words
I once owned

If I opened my heart
There'd be no space for air
'Cause I wanted you
I wanted you

Weak as I am
No tears for you
Weak as I am
I'm too much for you
Deep as I am
I'm no one's fool
Weak as I am

With this changing soul
In this weak old heart
Oh baby, ain't I too much for you
With this changing soul
In this weak old heart
Oh baby, ain't I too much for you

[Repeat (1)]
Weak as I am
No tears for you
Weak as 'I'm nobody's fool
Deep as I am
No tears for you

Weak as I am
Weak as I am
I'm too much for you
Weak as I am
No tears for you
Weak as I am
I'm nobody's fool
Weak as I am

Weak as I am
Weak as I am
Weak as I am
Weak as I am


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"Weak" as written by Robert France Deborah Ann Dyer

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