"Baby, It's You" as written by Clifton Jones, Dave Lindsey and Antoine Hudson....
This may be problematic
But I can't be diplomatic
What I'm thinking you won't like at all

Up to now I've held my tongue
But in my heart I know I can't go on
This can't go on

I've been patient
But I'm done waiting
For you to come around

It's not me that needs her freedom
I don't have a problem
You're the one who wanted
To shape things
Break things
No mistaking
You're no good for me
And we both know the reason we're through
Baby, it's you
Baby, it's you

I trust my intuition
I made the right decision
Nothing you can do or say will change my mind

I've heard all your excuses
But baby it's no use, it's over now
So over

I'm standing up
'Cause I'm strong enough
To finally take you down

It's not me that needs her freedom
I don't have a problem
You're the one who wanted
To shape things
Break things
No mistaking
You're no good for me
And we both know the reason we're through
Baby, it's you
Baby, it's you

I'm standing up
'Cause I'm strong enough
To finally take you down

It's not me that needs her freedom
I don't have a problem
You're the one who wanted
To shape things
Break things
No mistaking
You're no good for me
And we both know the reason we're through
Baby, it's you
Baby, it's you

It's not me, it's you
Baby, it's you


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