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PrizeFighter Lyrics By Trisha Yearwood Songs Album: PrizeFighter Year: 2014 Here you are face to face, with you greatest test of faith It lookin’ good b

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Trisha Yearwood - PrizeFighter


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Album: PrizeFighter
Released: 2014

PrizeFighter Lyrics


Here you are face to face, with you greatest test of faith
It lookin’ good but you wouldn’t run even if you could
'Cause you know whats on the line, it’s win or lose, do or die
Every swing’s coming fast and the punches knock you back

When you hit the ground, you find your wings
You go one more round when that bell rings
They say you’re done, but here you come
You’re a hammer hittin’, spittin’ fire, PrizeFighter
When you’re sweating from the fear, you look it the eye
Turn the sound of defeat into your battle cry
Stakes are down, you’re outta luck
Look at you, smiling with a shiner, standing higher
Prizefighter

When you see ‘em shake their heads, that’s when you start seein’ red
From your head down to your toes, you find your glory, strength and hope
Come on, come on, comeback kid show ‘em how you never quit
You’re gonna rise from the pain, like a hurricane

When you hit the ground, you find your wings
You go one more round when that bell rings
They say you’re done, but here you come
You’re a hammer hittin’, spittin’ fire, prizefighter
When you’re sweating from the fear, you look it the eye
Turn the sound of defeat into your battle cry
Stakes are down, you’re outta luck
Look at you, smiling with a shiner, standing higher
Prizefighter

When you’re sweating from the fear, you look it the eye
Turn the sound of defeat into your battle cry
Stakes are down, you’re outta luck
Look at you, smiling with a shiner, standing higher
Prizefighter

Yeah
Look at you standing tall (look at you standing tall)
And you still ain’t had enough (and you still ain’t had enough)

Look at you standing tall (look at you standing tall)
And you still ain’t had enough (and you still ain’t had enough)

Writer/s: COPPERMAN, ROSS / ALEXANDER, JESSI / BUXTON, SARAH
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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  • This uplifting song about not giving up is the lead single and titular track from Trisha Yearwood's twelfth studio album, PrizeFighter. It marked Yearwood's first single as the lead act in six years since releasing "They Call It Falling for a Reason" in 2008.
  • The song features guest vocals from Kelly Clarkson. It was Yearwood's second collaboration with Clarkson, the first being the American Idol alumna's version of "Silent Night," which she recorded for her 2013 Wrapped In Red album.

    The pair are friends so it was natural for Yearwood to call up Clarkson when she realized that she needed help on the cut. "When I heard this song, it was a challenge enough for me to sing," she said, "and I thought 'It needs a harmony above.'"
  • The empowering ballad was written by Jessi Alexander, Sarah Buxton, and Ross Copperman, "I love how 'PrizeFighter' makes me feel… like even when the odds are against me, I can do anything," Yearwood said. "It's a message we all need to hear, and the track just plain rocks!"
  • Yearwood said regarding the song's meaning: "'PrizeFighter' describes for me the fight we all fight, whatever it is. It's the courage to get up every day and give it your best shot, no matter the odds.

    For me, I learned that strength from my mama, Gwen. She went toe to toe with breast cancer, and though she lost her battle, she fought every step of the way with grace, dignity, humor, and love. She's my prizefighter.

    Whatever your battle, whoever your prizefighter is, my hope is that you draw strength from this important message."

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