Who Are You

Album: Blown Away (2012)
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  • Who are you,
    The one for whom I'd really gladly suffer
    Who are you,
    The one I'll always love above another
    You're my world, you're my hope
    You're all my dreams and all my heart

    Who are you
    The one I give my life to
    Who are you,
    That loves as deep as I do

    Who are you,
    Who takes me through the flood and through the fire
    Who are you,
    Who leads me through the desert and the dry
    You're in my thoughts, you know my mind
    You're all my things, you are my light

    Who are you
    The one I give my life to
    Who are you,
    That loves as deep as I do

    You're my savior, you're my center
    My beginning and my end
    You're the one I live for, you're my angel
    Who are you

    You're in my thoughts (you're in my thoughts)
    You know my mind (you know my mind)
    You're all my things, you're all my light

    Who are you
    The one I give my life to
    Who are you,
    That loves as deep as I do

    Who are you
    Who fell on me like fire
    Who are you,
    That takes me through desire

    Who are you,
    The one I give my life to. Writer/s: ROBERT JOHN LANGE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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