"Gravity" as written by Tom Littlefield and Kim Richey....
You can try and fight it but you wouldn't stand a chance
It's out of your control, yeah
You don't have to like it but the weight of circumstance
Is gonna take its toll

It ain't fair and it ain't right
But that really doesn't matter, does it now
That you've seen it fall apart?
'Cause it hurts just the same
So it doesn't really matter who you blame
Maybe it's only gravity

When you're high and flying
Last thing on your mind is ever coming down, yeah
You can keep denying
Up until the time you hit the cold hard ground

It ain't fair and it ain't right
But that really doesn't matter, does it now
That you've seen it fall apart?
'Cause it hurts just the same
So it doesn't really matter who you blame
Maybe it's only gravity

Above the law we thought that we were
Above it all and it's easy looking back to say it couldn't last
I guess we thought that we were something, something else

It ain't fair and it ain't right
But that really doesn't matter, does it now
That you've seen it fall apart?
'Cause it hurts just the same
So it doesn't really matter who you blame
Maybe it's only gravity, gravity, yeah



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"Gravity" as written by Tom Littlefield Kim Richey

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