"The Problem" as written by Joseph Wade Montgomery, Andrew David Carrell and Zachary William Baldauf....
You're okay.
You'll heal in time.
Just catch a train from here down to Mexico and
Communicate, but keep in mind
The Language isn't all you have to know

You might forget, so let's reflect
You fell apart like a dying star
And in the end, you'll want a friend
Someone who's got all the things you're not.

Aren't you sick of being down?
Don't look away when you're hearing this sound
It's the voice you've found
And it's trying to tell you.

[Chorus]
This is how the problem started
You have a drink and disintegrate
You hit the clubs in search of comfort
But no one can give you everything.

Don't be afraid and don't regret
Anything you've done before now
So try to change, evolve again
Into something new and from me to you

Aren't you sick of being down?
Don't look away when you're hearing this sound
It's the voice you've found
And it's trying to tell you.

[Chorus]

I know what it is, I'm feeling ya this I guarantee
Don't try to fit in
Just break the chain
Finally finding out, what I'm thinking


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"The Problem" as written by Joseph Wade Montgomery Andrew David Carrell

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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