Life Goes On by Phil J.

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Nu Age Soul by Phil J.

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Life Goes On
by Phil J.

Album: Nu Age Soul

Some days seem to perfect, is Satan off his work shift
Nah, he's just waiting for the moment to own you take out your purpose
But it ain't worth it, I'm sharper than nails, tough as the stone of the earth
This flesh boy, yeah I'm gon' merk it
So what you caught me slippin', you should cherish that chance
If I learned my lesson, it probably won't happen again
Shouts to my kinfolk, loving me when my wins low
Your a family that matters for real, so Winslow
And I just wanna be what you are to me, a helping hand someone who understands you
And I don't wanna ever ever see you give up on dreams, that could change your life
That could make a new you
I told myself that I could hold it down
But I can't do this by myself, man I should know by now
When I feel like giving up on everything, this is what I sing
When things don't turn out like they should what do you do
Never worry about it, understand
You're alive so try again
Cuz life goes on and on and on and on and on (repeat)
Keep pushing on
Homie out here tryna keep up with the latest
Shoes in the store, tryna swoon the ladies
Total disregard to the baby momma and the babies
It's time to pack up and go, keep it moving baby
Trust and believe you gon' be alright
Don't let insecurity blurr your sight
Trust in the Lord you gon' be just fine
Just be patient my friend
Quitting is never an option, even when you're down down
Life seems like a drunken mess, you can't take no more rounds
You just wanna pull the plug cuz you're getting no sounds
From the friends you thought loved you, there no where to be found
Stop depending on people
Just cling to that cross when you come from under that steeple
I was a born sinner, shon, I'm living the sequel
The road ahead is glorious I don't fear no evil


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