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Lyrics: Recovering by Celine Dion

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Celine Dion has, to say the least, been going through it (but looking great) since her husband and brother died within a week of each other earlier this year. But much like “My Heart,” the French-Canadian chanteuse must go on and on, and she’s laying her emotions bare in the new ballad “Recovering,” written by fellow pop powerhouse Pink.

“[Pink] is phenomenal. I love her for her talent, for her strength, for her focus, the person she is,” Dion told Entertainment Tonight. “At the [Billboard Music Awards] when I saw her, I said, ‘For you to take the time to really write a song, to give me a tool, a piece of luggage to help me to move forward to walk to keep going…”

Pack your Vuittons, we’re going on a journey, kids. Check out “Recovering” below:

Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I am recovering
The faith of a child
By a part of my heart
I was reckless and wild
I am recovering
The hope that I lost
The part of my soul
That paid the cost

[Chorus]
Little by little, day by day
One step at a time
Shake off the devil, oh
Take back my piece of mind
[Verse 2]
I am recovering
Anxiety addict
A broken perfectionist
Somewhat erratic
I am recovering
A constant regretter
Hold it against her
At least till forever

[Chorus]
Little by little, day by day
One step at a time
Shake off the devil, oh
Take back my piece of mind

[Bridge]
Hold me
As I fall apart, baby
Hold me
Here in the dark
Cause the old me
Run just as far as I could from my heart
Well, I’m going back to the start

[Chorus]
Little by little, day by day
One step at a time
Shake off the devil, oh
Take back my piece of mind
Tell him I love him, yeah
Take back my piece of mind

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Celine Dion has, to say the least, been going through it (but looking great) since her husband and brother died within a week of each other earlier this year. But much like “My Heart,” the French-Canadian chanteuse must go on and on, and she’s laying her emotions bare in the new ballad “Recovering,” written by

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