Alastair McColl

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Lyrics

Keeping it Real

Have you ever stopped to think and wonder
Why we never say the words we mean to say
Maybe it's the stress that we're all under
One thing and another can get in the way

I can hear a voice in my head ringing
Telling me I'll find the strength to see this through
Can you hear the words that I am singing
That's how I'm bringing my love to you

I'm keeping it real
Can't hold back any longer
It's part of the deal
It's gonna make me stronger
What you see is what you get
They'll be no regrets
That's because I'm keeping it real

Have you ever stopped to count your blessings
Have you ever lost a love that time can heal
In my heart is all that I'm confessing
I'm just expressing the way that I feel

I'm keeping it real
Can't hold back any longer
It's part of the deal
It's gonna make me stronger
What you see is what you get
They'll be no regrets
That's because I say what I feel

I'm keeping it real
I know my limitations
It's part of the deal
Beware of imitations
I'll tell it like it is to you
Every word is true
That's because I'm keeping it real

Stick to what's true if there's nothing else
Can't lie to you if I can't lie to myself

Repeat chorus

Song Length
3:21
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, R & B - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Affable, Amiable

Subject Matter
Attracted, Crush

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Alastair McColl
Music Credits Alastair McColl
Producer Credits Alastair McColl / John Sweeney
Performance Credits Fiona Wilson - Vocals, Alastair McColl - Instruments