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Middle Ground Lyrics Maroon 5 & Mickey Guyton

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Middle Ground Maroon 5 & Mickey Guyton

Middle Ground Lyrics Maroon 5 & Mickey Guyton

[Verse 1: Adam Levine]
I need peace, I need hope, I need guidance
I need more than myself
I need light, I need life, I need what I never felt

[Pre-Chorus: Adam Levine]
Sisters and brothers are picking sides
And both of our mothers are terrified
And I'm crying out to an empty sky
Tell me

[Chorus: Adam Levine]
If I hit the ground
And I fall down to my knees
Would you hear the sound?
Am I crazy to think that we
Could make it out?
Am I crazier to believe
There's a middle ground?

[Verse 2: Mickey Guyton]
I'm so up, I'm so down, I'm so broken
I'm so tired, I can't sleep
I'm not mine, I'm not yours, I'm not sure of anything

[Pre-Chorus: Mickey Guyton & Adam Levine]
Oh, sisters and brothers are picking sides
And both of our mothers arе terrified
And I'm crying out to an empty sky
Tеll me

[Chorus: Mickey Guyton, Both]
If I hit the ground
And I fall down to my knees
Would you hear the sound?
Am I crazy to think that we
Could make it out?
Am I crazier to believe
There's a middle ground?

[Bridge: Mickey Guyton, Adam Levine]
Middle ground, there's a middle ground
I don't need someone to love
I just need someone to live for
Middle ground, there's a middle ground
On my knees where I belong
Please tell me

[Chorus: Mickey Guyton, Adam Levine, Both]
If I hit the ground
And I fall down to my knees
Would you hear the sound?
Am I crazy to think that we
Could ever make it out?
Am I crazier to believe (To believe)
There's a middle ground?

[Outro: Mickey Guyton, Adam Levine, Both]
Middle ground, there's a middle ground (Oh)
Crazier to believe there's a middle ground
Middle ground, there's a middle ground (Oh)
I need you to believe, oh, there's a middle ground

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Song Credit:–

Song:– Middle Ground
Singer:– Maroon 5 & Mickey Guyton
Producer:– ​watt, Pete Nappi & Jon Bellion
Written:– Adam Levine, ​watt, Aldae, Jon Bellion, Marvin “Tony” Hemmings, Pete Nappi & Rodney Jerkins
Vocals:– Adam Levine & Mickey Guyton
Released:– August 11, 2023

About Maroon 5:–

Maroon 5 is an American pop-rock band that originated in Los Angeles, California. The band was formed in 1994, initially under the name "Kara's Flowers," and later adopted the name "Maroon 5" in 2001. The core members of the band include:

  1. Adam Levine - Lead vocals and rhythm guitar
  2. Jesse Carmichael - Keyboard and rhythm guitar
  3. Mickey Madden - Bass guitar
  4. James Valentine - Lead guitar
  5. Matt Flynn - Drums

Maroon 5's music is characterized by a blend of pop, rock, funk, and R&B influences. They gained widespread recognition and commercial success with their debut album "Songs About Jane" in 2002, which included hit singles like "This Love" and "She Will Be Loved." The album's mix of catchy melodies, Adam Levine's distinct voice, and relatable lyrics contributed to its popularity.

Subsequent albums like "It Won't Be Soon Before Long," "Hands All Over," "Overexposed," "V," and "Red Pill Blues" continued to produce hit songs such as "Moves Like Jagger," "Payphone," "Sugar," and "Girls Like You." These tracks showcased Maroon 5's ability to evolve their sound while maintaining their signature style.

The band has won several awards, including Grammy Awards, and has maintained a strong presence on both pop and rock music charts. Over the years, Maroon 5 has become known for their energetic live performances and collaborations with other artists.

About Mickey Guyton:–

Mickey Guyton is an American country music singer and songwriter. She was born on June 17, 1983, in Arlington, Texas. Guyton is known for her powerful voice, emotive performances, and her contributions to the country music genre.

Mickey Guyton first gained attention in the music industry with her debut single "Better Than You Left Me" in 2015, which showcased her vocal prowess and emotional delivery. She has since released several other singles and has been recognized for her efforts to bring diversity and inclusivity to the country music industry.

Guyton's music often touches on personal experiences and social issues, and she has been an advocate for change within the genre. In 2020, she released "Black Like Me," a song that addresses her experiences as a Black woman in the country music world and resonated with listeners seeking more representation and understanding.

Mickey Guyton has been nominated for awards and has been acknowledged for her impact on country music. She has used her platform to address issues of racial inequality and to promote positive change within the industry.