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Writers rodney crowell, keith sykes

I'm not in some corner tonight wasting my time
I'm not at the end of the bar out of my mind
I've been down on my luck for sure
But I'm not down on myself no more
If you'll open up the door I'll do all the rest
I'm not gonna tell you I've changed what would that change
I'm not gonna try to explain what I can't explain
I can't change the past it's true the future now depends on you
Sot open up and I'll come through I swear I'll pass the test
Just say yes just say yes
Just say yes and I'll show you what I'm made of
Every strength and weakness I possess
Take a chance on me you have my guarantee
I'll build my world around your happiness
I'm not gonna offer excuses I treated you badly
Giving up would only be useless cause I love you madly
I'm sorry for the things I did the way I ran away and hid
And if you open up the lid I can get it off my chest
Just say yes just say yes



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