Paroles Woman

Le - Par .

I been looking behind, bridge burned
I can see the flames
All these mountains were mine, returned
But things have changed
I think I'd rather be alone tonight
If that's okay
Honestly, it was time
That made me feel like

I faced my fears 'til I made it here
Now I don't know where to stand
But I know it's not over
If I'm losing touch
If I love too much
I'll just leave it up to chance
That's just the woman

Who's always lookin' beside
My friends have all been paid
Is the river running dry? I wish
To feel no shame
I run both my hands down
And I find a different shape
Honestly, it was time
That made me feel like

I faced my fears 'til I made it here
Now I don't know where to stand
But I know it's not over
If I'm losing touch
If I love too much
I'll just leave it up to chance
That's just the woman I am

Suddenly, I see an hourglass
It seems so still
I wake up and I'm ten years older
Time's been running like sand
Free-falling through the photographs
That paid my bills
I'm done listening to another man's music
So I'm leaving with a drink in my hand

I faced my fears 'til I made it here
Now I don't know where to stand
Oh, but I know it's not over
If I'm losing touch
If I love too much
I'll just leave it up to chance
That's just the woman I am

That's just the woman I am
That's just the woman I am
That's just the woman I am

If I'm losing touch (that's just the woman I am)
If I love too much (that's just the woman I am)
I'll just leave it up to chance (that's just the woman I am)
That's just the woman I am

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

Ellie Goulding, Eli Teplin, Chris Stracey, Tobias Jr. Jesso