"On Your Own" as written by Rex K. Rideout, Eulaulah Hathaway and Rahsaan Patterson....
If you were meant to be together
Then you would know that it's right
After all this time, you'd be by his side
And if it were meant to be forever
You'd still be living in that dream
So it seems

So for all the times you cried
And the many times he lied
I'll tell you 'cause I know
You can make it on your own

So your heart belongs to you now
And you know that it's right
Free from that make believe love story
In your mind (in your mind, in your mind)
Feel so much better, leaving yesterday behind
But always remember, hold on to life

So for all of your regrets
That your poor heart won't let you forget
I can tell you 'cause I know
You can make it on your own

You'll be wiser in the morning
So much stronger when the sun rises
So don't find your fear alarming
Your pain will disappear like nightfall
Will then rain comes, the pain goes
Wash it away
The remains of a battered soul
Trouble won't' last always
Believe me there'll be brighter days

So for all the time you cried (every single tears)
Every single time you tried
I know cause I know cause I know
You can make it on your own

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"On Your Own" as written by Rahsaan Patterson Eulaulah Hathaway


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    General Comment*SingingOutLoud*_"So for all the time u cried...(Every Single Tears),every single time you tried...,I know..coz I know,coz I know....U can make it On Your Own

    corettapon January 24, 2014   Link
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    General CommentIts true when they say that: "The Apple Does Not Fall Far From The Tree".The late Donny Hathway must be smiling down from heaven,he has given birth to a songstress,words cannot not express what her music does to me.This song in particular helped me thru difficult times in my life.Thank u so much Ms.Hathaway ;-)
    corettapon January 24, 2014   Link

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