Yours by Caitie Hurst


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Yours - Single by Caitie Hurst

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Yours
by Caitie Hurst

Album: Yours - Single
by Caitie Hurst


[Intro]
Yours

[Verse 1]
What if I believed
When You looked at me
There was no judgement (There was no judgement)
Wish I was convinced
Your love is on a mission
And I am the target (And I am the target)

[Pre-Chorus]
Can You reframe all the pictures
Of the person that I thought I had to be?
You're not looking for a resume
You're looking for a way to be with me

[Chorus]
You don't need perfection, You just want my heart
The good and the bad, You want every part
I'm who I am because of who You are
And I know I'm-
Yours, oh-oh-oh-oh
Yours, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
Yours, oh-oh-oh-oh
Yours

[Verse 2]
Tired of being jaded
I wanna know what grace is
And how to receive it (And how to receive it)
Your love heals all my wounds
Just being here with You
Why would I leave it? (Why would I leave it?)

[Pre-Chorus]
You're erasing the idea
Of the person that I thought I had to be
And replacing it with truth and giving me new eyes to see
And all I know is

[Chorus]
You don't need perfection, You just want my heart
The good and the bad, You want every part
I'm who I am because of who You are
And I know I'm-
Yours, oh-oh-oh-oh
Yours, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
Yours, oh-oh-oh-oh
Yours

[Bridge]
There is no more searching anymore
I'm Yours
In Your love, I'm safe and I'm secure
I'm Yours
What if I believed
When You looked at me
There was no judgement
Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh

[Chorus]
You don't need perfection, You just want my heart
(You want my heart)
The good and the bad, You want every part
I'm who I am because of who You are
And I know I'm-
Yours, oh-oh-oh-oh
Yours, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
Yours, oh-oh-oh-oh
Yours

[Outro]
(Yours, Yours)
I know I'm Yours
(Yours, Yours)
Not anything less or anything more
I'm Yours


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