"Ready or Not" as written by Jonathan Edward Male, Guy David Batson and Sarah Cracknell....
Saw you from across the street,
Called to your friends.
I haven't seen your smile all week
I know something's wrong.

I went and bought another book,
I'll lend it to you.
Maybe we could get some food,
I don't think you should be alone.

This is the morning of another day,
And you kiss another dream away,
Ready or not.

You never say the things you should.
You didn't, and you never could,
Like it or not.

They said you're off to fight the cause
In your own time.
You're always trying to change the rules.
I know something's wrong.

I got myself another job
In the same town.
Me and Scott, we got engaged
I don't want to be alone.

This is the morning of another day,
And you kiss another dream away,
Ready or not.

You never say the things you should.
You didn't, and you never could,
Like it or not.

I never meant to hide a thing.
It's too late for me to start promising
Or crying again.

This is the morning of another day,
And you kiss another dream away,
Ready or not

You never say the things you should.
You didn't, and you never could,
Like it or not.

I never meant to hide a thing.
It's too late for me to start promising
Or crying again.

This is the morning of another day,
And you kiss another dream away,
Ready or not


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"Ready or Not" as written by Jonathan Edward Male Guy David Batson

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