Lisa Chicharello


Thousand Foot Krutch- Step To Me


I've been as far as you can go
I've learned a lot and now I know
You're never gonna get me on the floor again
I'm prepared to take you to the end
Never gonna play your games again
Bring your whole team and all your friends
But I hope your listenin'

BRIDGE
Haunt me if you want me
But I'll warn you
If you ever step to me

CHORUS
I sometimes wish that I could fly
Hold me tight in your arms tonight
Sick of livin' inside a lie, alright
I can't count the times I've tried
Stand alone just to lift you high
You're my answer to the question why
(Why)

I'm sick of letting you control
The places that I go
I'm never giving into you again
Take, take another look at me
And tell me what you see
All of these cats tryin' to get under my skin
But they can't step over me
You try to control me
But ya can't hold me
You don't own me
If you ever step to me

CHORUS

I know it's not me
Take a look inside me
I'm sick of these ways
So sick of these games
Couldn't see it 'til I multiplied you
Call me a freak
But I don't hear the words you speak
I'm takin' control
Just lettin' you know
That I won't get sucked in by you

CHORUS
BRIDGE

Again, you try to control me
But ya can't hold me
You don't own me
If you ever step to me

Submitted: Thursday, November 24, 2011
Edited: Thursday, November 24, 2011

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