Avril Lavigne - Adia official HD

"Adia" is a song by Sarah McLachlan that originally appeared on her 1997 album Surfacing. It was co-written by McLachlan and her longtime producer, Pierre Marchand. The song allegedly reflected the apology to her best friend for becoming involved with, and later marrying, her friend's ex-boyfriend.[1] On VH1 Storytellers, McLachlan also said "I'm not quite sure how to explain this one but, uh, I guess more than anything it's about my problems in dealing with feeling responsible for everyone else" about this song. "Adia" has been covered by Avril Lavigne on the Control Room -- Live EP. She said she used to cover it when she was 15. In 1999, saxophonist Richard Elliot covered the song from the release Chill Factor.

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Adia, I do believe I've failed you
Adia, I know I've let you down
Don't you know I tried so hard
To love you in my way?
It's easy, let it go

Adia, I'm empty since you left me
Tryin' to find a way to carry on
I search myself and everyone
To see where we went wrong

No one left to finger
There's no one here to blame
There's no one left to talk to honey
And there ain't no one to buy our innocence

'Cause we are born innocent
Believe me Adia, we are still innocent
It's easy, we all falter
Does it matter?

Adia, I thought that we could make it
But I know I can't change the way you feel
I leave you with your misery
A friend who won't betray
I pull you from your tower
I take away your pain
And show you all the beauty you possess
If you'd only let yourself believe

That we are born innocent
Believe me Adia, we are still innocent
It's easy, we all falter
But does it matter?

We are born innocent
Believe me Adia, we are still innocent
It's easy, we all falter
But does it matter?

Believe me Adia, we are still innocent
'Cause we are born innocent
Adia, we are still
It's easy, we all falter
But does it matter?

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