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What We Have

Seven Symphonies on July 19, 2012 02:32

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What We Have

Verse:
Somebody told me once that
Love was nothing but a lie
So I grew up with a fear of it
Until I watched you walking by
And decided I'd give it a try
I knew you'd be worth the fight

Chorus:
We should spread this out over a long long life
With you I'd really like to take my time
Because the grass is never greener than the light in your eyes
Makes me forget about the other side
And I'd die
If I lost
What we have
I'd die
If I lost
What we have

Verse:
Somebody stirred me up
With a smile and a lullaby
I watched you lost your hope
And it was something I couldn't deny
Then I remembered why
You were always worth the fight

Chorus:
We should spread this out over a long long life
With you I'd really like to take my time
Because the grass is never greener than the light in your eyes
Makes me forget about the other side
And I'd die
If I lost
What we have
And I die
If I lost
What we have

Bridge:
And when I look back down the road
It's like we're walking it on our own
And nobody knows what we know
Like the countless come before us never got to where we're gonna go

Chorus:
We should spread this out over a long long life
With you I'd really like to take my time
Because the grass is never greener than the light in your eyes
Makes me forget about the other side
And I'd die
If I lost
What we have
I'd die
If I lost
What we have
And I'd die
If I lost
What we have
I'd die
If I lost
What we have

credits:
released 18 July 2012
Written, Performed, Produced, Mixed and Mastered: Sean Andrews

www.sevensymphoniesmusic.com
sevensymphoniesmusic@gmail.com

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