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Ready To Go Lyrics - Noah Cyrus

Noah Cyrus' new song "Ready To Go" is an upbeat pop track with a message of hope and resilience. The song was written by a team of writers including Cyrus herself, and was produced by Tommy English.

The song's lyrics are empowering, with Cyrus singing about being ready to face the world and whatever challenges it may bring. "Ready To Go" is a song that will inspire listeners to stay positive and keep moving forward, no matter what life throws their way.

Ready To Go Lyrics

I’ve lost all the words
Feels like my heart’s been tied up
Wait ’til it hurts, never can choose
Is it what I deserve?
To spend in the last of my love
On someone I knew that I’d always lose

 
I stay, we’ll burn
’til you leave first
So go
If you’re ready to go, yeah
Make your move, no, I won’t follow
It’s inevitable and we both know

That we’re on borrowed time
How fast and far it flies
If you’re ready to go, yeah
Make your move, no, I won’t follow
If you’re ready to go


If you’re rеady to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re rеady to go

I can’t look at you
Or see past the ink on your face
The smoke in the room is stinging my eyes
’cause there’s too many memories
Getting the best of me
I loved you first but
You’ll be the first to leave
 
I’ll stay, we’ll burn
’til you leave first
So go
If you’re ready to go, yeah
Make your move, no, I won’t follow

It’s inevitable and we both know
That we’re on borrowed time
How fast and far it flies
If you’re ready to go, yeah
Make your move, no, I won’t follow

 
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go

If you’re ready to go, yeah
Make your move, no, I won’t follow
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
Ah, ah (ah, ah, ah, ah)

If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
If you’re ready to go
Ah, ah, ah, ah

Song-writer: Jeff Baranowski, Noah Cyrus, Thief, Victoria Zaro, Britten Newbill, Luke Milano, Tommy English, Mike Crossey