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(M.Moore/L.McKenna)

Tried to find one more moment
Before we open our eyes
Give me something more form this ocean
That kiss that we don’t have to hide
I hold you away a hand to my heart
Wildly cautious and still
I’m swept away
You allow me your sweet surrender
You’re a page of old poetry
That I may have never discovered
But you read it like it was waiting for me
You smile with your eyes
Before it reaches your mouth
Wildly guarded and still
CHORUS:
I’m swept away
Like a stone that gets lost in the tide
Swept away
And I’m fighting to stay on your side
One night I’m fine and then you call and I cave
I’m just swept away
Take your hand with immediate comfort
Took your friendship right to my arms
Caught up in that feeling I’ve searched for
And I hardly know who you are
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Trying so hard to stand still
CHORUS:
I’m a sensitive ….
And the weight of your words carry just what I need to hear
My questions are starting to settle
And the ocean is calm once again



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