One Kind Of Love

Album: No Pier Pressure (2015)
  • Just driftwood floating on the sea
    Searching for the me and all that I have known to be
    Thank god that you noticed me
    And brought back harmony to this lonely soul

    Oh it's a revelation
    I feel alive again
    There are no limitations with love

    The day you said that you'd be mine
    I can see cloud nine
    'Cause I was flying over it
    I wasted so much time
    Running circles in my mind
    I couldn't hear my heart calling out for you

    There's only one kind of love
    The kind that I've been dreaming of
    Don't you know it's unconditional?
    And when you hold love in your hand
    Only then you'll understand
    It's everything that you've been wishing for

    Sometimes from out of the blue
    An angel comes to you
    But you've got to have an open heart
    I nearly failed the test of time
    But now that you are mine
    Girl, I'm here to stay

    Oh it's a revelation
    I feel alive again
    There are no limitations with love

    There's only one kind of love
    The kind that I've been dreaming of
    Don't you know it's unconditional?
    And when you hold love in your hand
    Only then you'll understand
    It's everything that you've been wishing for

    There's only one kind of love
    The kind that I've been dreaming of
    Don't you know it's unconditional?
    And when you hold love in your hand
    Only then you'll understand
    It's everything that you've been wishing for Writer/s: BRIAN DOUGLAS WILSON, S. BENNETT
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