Something Better

Album: Daydreams (2015)
  • I never met you, but I know you're out there
    If I cross the oceans, would you be there?

    A stranger's eyes that somehow look familiar
    I know that when it's you, I'll remember
    Remember

    So wait for me, I swear I'll find you
    Climbing every wall that hides you
    I know we were meant for something better
    So wait for me, the world is changing
    Underneath, the ground is shaking
    You and I were meant for something better
    Better, oh

    I swear I'll find you

    I feel the wind move, we breathe the same air
    You're like the best news that I can't share

    A stranger's eyes that somehow look familiar (Somehow look familiar)
    I know that when it's you, I'll remember
    Remember

    So wait for me, I swear I'll find you
    Climbing every wall that hides you
    I know we were meant for something better
    So wait for me, the world is changing
    Underneath, the ground is shaking
    You and I were meant for something better
    Better, oh

    So wait for me, the world is changing
    Underneath, the ground is shaking
    You and I were meant for something better
    Better, oh

    I swear I'll find you
    Meant for something better
    Better, oh Writer/s: NATHANIEL RATHBURN, PETER HANNA, TAYLOR BIRD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Lil Kelly from BotswanaIt's an amazing song and it really touched my heart and it's so romantic.
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