Falling Into

Album: A Different Shade Of Color (2022)
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  • Took a look at what could have been my Destiny
    My Arms are tied behind my back, one push ill be free
    Soon you'll wanna know
    Soon you will let go
    Its time

    Im Falling into, reprise

    Happiness has grown alone, a missing piece of me
    I can't see the writing on the Wall in front of me
    But Soon you'll wanna know
    Soon you will let go
    Its time

    Im falling into, reprise

    And I, begin to run
    Begin, to hide
    In a Worlds Shadow
    And I, began to run
    Begin to hide
    Oh, will you follow

    Im falling into, reprise

    And I, begin to run
    Begin, to hide
    In a Worlds Shadow
    And I, began to run
    Begin to hide
    Oh, will you follow

    In the shadow, your eyes
    And I begin to run Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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