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Butterflies Are Free lyrics

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Debbie Gibson – Butterflies Are Free lyrics

Don't close your hand
Just close your eyes
And I will stay right by your side
And if this world turns cruel & cold
Look to the skies
Don't you see the truth?
The power of one, the power of two
The power of me loving you

Chorus:
Butterflies are free
Free to come and go
Free to spread their wings
Know that I know
You'll come back to me
Cause love like butterflies are free

You see a light
You hear the call
And if I don't let you fly
I don't know you at all

So go on and roam
See all that you can
Born unto this earth a curious soul
You and you alone
Can make you feel whole
But don't I add truth
You've never known

Chorus

The tighter the grip
The more you'll resist
It's human nature I suppose
But I'd rather be surprised by a kiss
Then under your control

Chorus

Free to come and go
Free to spread their wings
Know that I know
You'll come back to me
Cause love like butterflies are free

Chorus

Chorus

Free to come and go
Free to spread their wings
You'll come back to me
Cause love like butterflies are free

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