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Yeah...well (I wonder is there anybody out there been changed).

(1st Verse)

Any other day I wouldn't have dealt with this situation this way. There were a lot of things I wanted to say but I thought about what would have happened if I let you get the best of me. No way. (No way) And now I can truly say.

Chorus:

I was a bird on the ground using my legs to get around. I was a piano out of tune but I've been turned around. Tell you how I know. Places I used to go I don't even go no more. 'Cause I can fly now. And the song I play let's me know I've been changed.

(2nd Verse)

Nevermind what you've heard. I'm not the same. Somewhere, somehow, someway I reversed the way I do things. No it ain't worth all the tug of war with you to prove I'm stronger. I no longer stay to play and lose. Now I am proud to say it's true.

(Chorus)

Make no mistake about it. Anyone could change. But it takes a strong mind to say that doing the right thing is okay. And now that I've decided to give up these ways there's no turning back now. Now that I've found out I can overcome these things. Oh...

(Chorus)



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