Pride

Album: Life In A Beautiful Light (2012)
  • I never felt like this before
    Try to hold it back and I feel it even more
    Sweat drips down my spine and my knees are weak
    I can not move, I can not speak

    But then you came and I held it together again
    I managed to stumble through
    Fifty thousand voices singing in the rain
    There's nothing that I wouldn't do

    'Cause I'd move mountains if you asked me to
    I'd swim the seven seas
    I'll be the one to hold your torch again
    I'll do anything you ask of me

    'Cause I'd move mountains if you asked me to
    I'd swim the seven seas
    I'll be the one to hold your torch again
    I'll do anything you ask of me

    I never knew how proud I would feel
    Just standing in the rain.
    These three words mean everything to me
    And I'd sing it again and again.

    'Cause I'd move mountains if you asked me to
    I'd swim the seven seas
    I'll be the one to hold your torch again
    I'll do anything you ask of me

    'Cause I'd move mountains if you asked me to
    I'd swim the seven seas
    I'll be the one to hold your torch again
    I'll do anything you ask of me

    Well the blue and the white of the flag shines bright
    And it's blowing there for me.
    With my hand on my heart, the honest truth
    There's nowhere I'd rather be.

    'Cause I'd move mountains if you asked me to
    I'd swim the seven seas
    I'll be the one to hold your torch again
    I'll do anything you ask of me

    'Cause I'd move mountains if you asked me to
    I'd swim the seven seas
    I'll be the one to hold your torch again
    I'll do anything you ask of me Writer/s: AMY ELIZABETH MACDONALD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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