All dressed up
With no place to go,
Somebody lost a romance.
All messed up,
But you never know,
This may be a good chance.
You can hold me.
I can make it better.
You can hold me.
Don't have to fall in love forever.
I'll be there one night at a time.
You don't have to love me
If that's not what you're after.
Oh, oh, oh and it's
Alright.
I got the time.
Alright
To tell one more little lie.
And it's alright
I'll make you feel fine.
Alright
If it's all night.
Ain't nobody home
Don't you hang your head,
Don't get caught up in the sorrow.
All alone
Call me up instead,
Let me take you to tomorrow.
Let me hold you.
I'll make you feel better.
Let me hold you.
Don't have to fall in love forever.
Don't be scared to call anytime.
You don't have to love me
If that's not what you're after.
Oh, oh, oh and it's...

[CHORUS:]
Oh oh oh oh oh oh.
Oh oh oh oh oh oh.
Oh oh oh oh oh oh.
It's alright to give it one more try.
Oh oh oh oh oh oh.
It's alright to live it up tonight.


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

It's Alright Lyrics as written by Norman A Whitfield Denzil Foster

Lyrics © MUSIC SALES CORPORATION, Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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