I have enough of all this tension
Don't you know I'm worried sick
Now I'm in the right dimension
No escape who does the trick

I hear my heart is on rotation
'Cause all the people take their cut
And I can better stand a minute
So I just keep my wide eyes shut

Let it go before it kills you
Let it fall and the fade away
Let's have fun and do what thrills you
Please don't waste another day

Why do I cause myself this trouble
You know around me things are good
If you could look into the future
Maybe I'll be understood

Let it go before it kills you
Let it fall and fade away
Let it go let it fall let it fade away
Let's have fun and do what thrills you
Please don't waste another day

You know I love you more than money
You know I need you more than fame
And I'll be there for the children
And I will never pass the blame

Let it go before it kills you
Let it fall and the fade away
Let it go let it fall let it fade away
Let's have fun and do what thrills you
Please don't waste another day

Sample
'Anyway, it's hot here
It's hot, that's all I've got to say
Floor is hot
The sugarcanes(?)...hot
There is bugs
And muggers
And...fourteen year old kids on bikes with guns
Come on over sometime!


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Let It Go Lyrics as written by Nile Rodgers Bernard Edwards

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