Even the lover makes a mistake sometimes.
Like any other, fall out and lose his mind.
And I'm sorry for the things I did,
For your teardrops, or the words I said.
Can you forgive me and open your heart once again? Oh yeah.

It's true. I mean it.
From the bottom of my heart.
Yeah, it's true.
Without you I would fall apart.

Whatever happened, I know that I was wrong. Oh yes.
Can you believe me? Maybe your faith is gone.
But I love you and I always will,
So I wonder if you want me still.
Can you forgive me and open your heart once again?
Oh yeah.

It's true. I mean it.
From the bottom of my heart.
Yeah, it's true.
Without you I would fall apart.

I'd do anything to make it up to you.
So, please understand and open your heart once again.

It's true. I mean it.
From the bottom of my heart.
Yeah, it's true.
Without you I would fall apart.

It's true. I mean it.
From the bottom of my heart.
Yeah, it's true.
Without you I would fall apart.

It's true.


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It's True Lyrics as written by Martin Karl Sandberg Andreas Michael Carlsson

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    i added these lyrics... i love the backstreet boys and i love all of their songs xxxxxxxxx keeping the backstreet boys pride alive

    Mixiblobon April 26, 2002   Link
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    this song tells about what kind of relationship that i'm in right now.. i love him w/ all my heart but i keep breaking up w/ him and then he takes me back..... i'm really happy w/ him but i guess i'm just scared

    aerochick2002on May 04, 2002   Link
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    It's cute and fluffy. Nice ballad!

    HELENzon January 08, 2013   Link

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