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Peter Bradley Adams – Between Us lyrics

Hey stranger, when may I call you my own?
I know I don't know you, but there's somewhere I've seen you
Before
Whatever your name is, whatever you do
There's nothing between us I'm willing to lose

Just call me if ever our paths may collide
I want you to call me under these darkening skies
Whoever you love, whoever you kiss
The ones in between us, I'm willing to miss

Now I'm drifting out over deep oceans
And the tide won't take me back in
And these desperate nights I'll call you again and again

There's comfort, comfort in things we believe
Other than danger, wanting the things I can't see
Where ever you live now, wherever you walk
There's distance between us I'm willing to cross

Now I'm drifting out over deep oceans
And the tide won't take me back in
And these desperate nights, I'll call you again and again

Now I'm drifting out over deep oceans
And the tide won't take me back in
And these desperate nights, I'll call you again and again

Hey stranger, when may I call you my own?
I know I don't know you, but there's somewhere I've seen you
Before



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