Now Is The Start

  • Hey

    Hey
    Do you hear, do you hear
    That sound
    It's the sound of the lost gone found
    It's the sound of a mute gone loud
    It's the sound of a new start

    Kiss
    With a mouth of shooting stars
    Of lost and broken hearts
    Unafraid you can name your scars
    With a touch of a new heart

    It sounds like
    It sounds like
    It sounds like

    Ladeedadadadada, dadadadada
    Now, oh, now is the start

    Oh
    And it goes with where you go
    Don't lose faith for the friends
    You don't
    Need a thing, you already know
    You are right as you are

    And it sounds like
    It sounds like
    Oh, it sounds like

    Ladeedadadadada, dadadadada
    Now, now
    Ladeedadadadada, dadadadada
    Now, oh
    Now is the start, oh
    Now is the start

    Hey, hey, hey, hey

    New start in the end
    There is a
    New heart under there
    Beneath these
    New parts everywhere
    It is a new, new, new, new start
    Now is the start

    It sounds like
    Oh, it sounds like
    Oh, it sounds like

    Ladeedadadadada, dadadadada
    Now, now
    Ladeedadadadada, dadadadada
    Now, oh, now is the start
    Oh, now is the start
    Now is the start
    Now is the start
    Now is the start
    Now is the start

    It sounds like
    It sounds like
    It sounds like Writer/s: ALISON SUDOL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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