"If I Were You" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, James Gerad Gilmour and Michael Anthony Sadler....
I've been told the heart is fragile at the best of times
But how much pain should we endure?
There's something to be said for suffering & compromise
But I know one thing is for sure

Just because this time you're sure you're not to blame
The answer still remains the same

If I were you I'd disregard the past,
Remember what they say
The sun will one day re-appear

If I were you I'd catch my breath
Just close the door & walk away
And watch the clouds all disappear

I know your heart is torn, for that you have my sympathy
Believe me I know how it feels
The time between each breath may seem like an eternity
But given time the heart does heal

Now, just because this time you're sure you're not to blame
The answer still remains the same

If I were you I'd show the world
You'll live to love another day
So let your smile replace the tears

If I were you I'd do my best
To hide my state of disarray
And if you need me I'll be here


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"If I Were You" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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