Read, Copy, Download Simple Lyrics LRC file which is music subtitles of Growing Pain is a Korean song from the album "The Name Chapter: FREEFALL" and this song is sung by TOMORROW X TOGETHER. This synchronized LRC file is created by our stuff using our free tool "LRC Maker" and our provided LRC files are only for the official length of the songs like this song's duration is [03:20.54]. You can also download lyrics here in PDF (.pdf) format.
|Singer/'s||TOMORROW X TOGETHER|
|Album||The Name Chapter: FREEFALL|
|Category||TOMORROW X TOGETHER|
|Creator||Jun (LRC Software)|
[ar:TOMORROW X TOGETHER]
[al:The Name Chapter: FREEFALL]
[00:22.49]Been free falling
[00:27.39]낙원의 끝 절벽 아래
[00:30.56]Don't know how to fly but I'm gonna try to let go
[00:33.33]온몸을 다 할퀴는
[00:38.68]중력은 날 끌어당기네
[00:41.29]Don't know how to fly but I'm gonna try to let go
[00:44.52]어린 시절의 꿈
[00:48.20]끝없는 낙하 성장의 증거
[00:54.15]깨면 끝이 났던 그 꿈과는 달라
[00:58.84]온몸이 아파, there's no way to stop
[01:06.58]I throw myself, throw myself, throw myself
[01:09.70]Free falling, falling, falling, say
[01:12.33](Ooh) 떨어져 끝없이
[01:15.24](Ooh) 기꺼이 go low
[01:20.65]던져버려, body, yeah
[01:23.62](Ooh) 부딪혀 겁 없이
[01:31.67]던져버려, body, yeah
[01:41.31]저기 땅을 보렴
[01:45.73]피하지 마 절대
[01:48.62]You just gotta face it
[01:57.12]Gotta make my way through this
[02:03.70](Ooh) 떨어져 끝없이
[02:05.40](Ooh) 기꺼이 go low
[02:10.84]던져버려, body, yeah
[02:13.71](Ooh) 부딪혀 겁 없이
[02:22.14]던져버려, body, yeah
[02:41.30]후횐 없어 (후횐 없어)
[02:43.80]거짓 없는 꿈에 나를 던져
[02:52.92](Ooh) 떨어져 끝없이
[02:55.62](Ooh) 기꺼이 go low
[03:01.10]던져버려, body, yeah
[03:03.92](Ooh) 부딪혀 겁 없이
[03:12.27]던져버려, body, yeah
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TOMORROW X TOGETHER have sung the song "Growing Pain".
The Name Chapter: FREEFALL.
'Growing Pain' song is composed in Korean language.
The official duration of 'Growing Pain' is 03:20.54.
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