Real Meaning
by a-ha

Album: Foot of the Mountain (2009)
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  • Don't change me
    I'm gonna break if you try

    Don't change you
    You know the tears
    I'm gonna cry

    And I sure will
    Miss us when we're gone

    You're the real meaning of the sun
    It shows you off to everyone
    You're the real meaning of the sun
    It shows you off to everyone
    The real meaning
    I want the real meaning

    Don't fix me
    It breaks my heart
    To see you try

    Don't fix you
    And leave me for
    Some other guy

    And I sure will
    Miss us when we're done

    You're the real meaning of the sun
    It shows you off to everyone
    You're the real meaning of the sun
    It shows you off to everyone

    When I'm thinking about you fondly
    Then I'm thinking about the only
    Real meaning of the sun

    You're the real meaning of the sun
    It shows you off to everyone
    You're the real meaning of the stars
    They guide me to the places you are
    The real meaning
    I want the real meaning Writer/s: MAGNE FURUHOLMEN, MORTEN HARKET, PAUL WAAKTAAR-SAVOY
    Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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