You And I

Album: A New Day... Live in Las Vegas (2004)
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  • High above the mountains, far across the sea
    I can hear your voice, calling out to me
    Brighter than the sun, and darker than the night
    I can see your love, shining like a light

    And on and on, this earth spins like a carousel
    If I could travel across the world
    The secrets I would tell

    You and I were meant to fly
    Higher than the clouds
    We'll sail across the sky
    So come with me, and you will feel
    That we're soaring, that we're floating off so high
    'Cause you and I were meant to fly

    Sailing like a bird high on the wings of love
    Take me higher than all the stars above
    I'm burning, yearning, gently turning
    'Round and around
    I'm always rising up
    I never want to come back down

    You and I were meant to fly
    Higher than the clouds
    We'll sail across the sky
    So come with me (so come with me)
    And you will feel (and you will feel)
    That we're soaring, that we're floating off so high
    'Cause you and I were meant to fly

    Fly
    Oh, yeah

    You and I were meant to fly
    Higher than the clouds
    We'll sail across the sky
    So come with me (so come with me)
    And you will feel (and you will feel)
    That you and I were meant to fly

    You and I were meant to fly Writer/s: Aldo Nova, Jacques Duval
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Peermusic Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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