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Marit Larsen – I've Heard Your Love Songs lyrics

I could tell you didn't have a clue
From the moment I laid eyes on you
Above the troubled water was a bridge as frail could be
I know just how it feels

Ooh I've heard your love songs
All your love songs
And I say just wait and see
For when I hear your love songs
Your bittersweet old ones
I keep thinking if he would just come with me

I would be as soft a s summer breeze
Let your troubles go and rest with me
And I will mend the pieces that are left for me to find
Here in these arms of mine

Ooh I've heard your love songs
All your love songs
And I say just wait and see
For when I hear your love songs
Your bittersweet old ones
I keep thinking if he would just come with me

Ooh I've heard your love songs
All your love songs
And I say just wait and see
For when I hear your love songs
Your bittersweet old ones
I keep thinking if he would just come with me
(I've heard your love songs
All your love songs)

And I'm waiting patiently
For when I hear your love songs
Your bittersweet old ones
I keep thinking if he would just come with me...



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