Saturday, December 18, 2010

Kelly Clarkson premiers NEW SONG



At a benefit on December 16th my favorite Idol Kelly Clarkson who has been looking amazing lately sang with a bunch of artists including her backup singers Jill & Kate. Kelly also treated the audience to a list of her own songs including "Behind these Hazel Eyes", "My Life Would Suck without You", "Walk Away", covers of Patty Griffin's "When it Don't Come Easy," "I'll Be Home for Christmas," and most importantly new songs "You Have Me" and "You Still Won't Know What it's Like." The benefit as for the Houses of Hope orphanage in Nashville, TN. Here's a video of the new song with the lyrics below and I think it's an amazing song that she should put on her new album coming out in January.

video

Here are lyrics to this great new song

When you hit the bottom
When you're left with nothing
When you can't tell the difference, yeah
You still won't know what it's like

When you think you're drowning
When it's overwhelming
When you can't get past it, yeah
You still won't know what it's like
What it's like

You haven't seen the ghosts that I've seen
You haven't lived enough to know what it means
To feel the pain in love turned cold
To taste the year before it's over

When your body's frozen
And you can trust no one
When you think you're lonely, yeah
You still won't know what it's like

When you feel the knife stick
You just can't take it
When your heart is breaking
You still won't know what it's like
What it's like

You haven't seen the ghosts that I've seen
You haven't lived enough to know what it means
To feel the pain in love turned cold
To taste the end before it's over

You don't know the first thing of suffering
So before you start trading stocks for sympathies
Take a look at what's left of me
Take a look at what's left of me, left of me

Every day I fight a war with God
And every time I think I'm living a lie,
No I'm not

You haven't seen the ghosts that I've seen
You haven't lived enough to know what it means
To feel the pain in love turned cold
To taste the year before it's over

You don't know the first thing of suffering
So before you start *trading stock for sympathy?
Take a look at what's left of me
Take a look at what's left of me, left of me

You don't know the first thing of suffering
So before you start trading stock for sympathy?
Take a look at what's left of me
Take a look at what's left of me, left of me


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