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VERSE 1:
They tell us stories
Of the ones who fall in love
But they were never enough
To convince me
They play it out on TV screens
And force the word to believe
In their contrived little fantasy.

But now I know this feeling
Takes over my soul
And lifts me off the ground
It breathes inside my lungs
And sees through my eyes
Much to my surprise

CHORUS:
Oh no watch me go
I've fallen for you
I've lost control
I'm starting to believe in love
Whoa
I know it's silly but
When I'm with you it's such a rush
I'm starting to believe in love
Whoa

VERSE 2:
I went for years
Without an inch of feeling
For any living being
Who wanted me to feel
I found it hard to believe
That it could come so easily
When I least expected
You appeared

But now I know this feeling
Takes over my soul
And lifts me off the ground
It breathes inside my lungs
And sees through my eyes
Much to my surprise

CHORUS

[INSTRUMENTAL]

CHORUS



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