Believer

Album: Yet to Be Titled (2015)
Charted: 58
  • Our world is so divine
    I feel love for the first time
    Careful now those you let near
    A messiah with no more fear
    I believe in my own life
    No more trouble and no more strife
    I believe in my own life
    Feel so happy for the first time

    I'm a believer
    I'm a believer

    When you need it, need it
    When everybody knows you don't mean it, mean it
    When no one in your life is real, real
    Bad Company's eternal leader, I feel you (drop)

    My world is so divine
    I feel love for the first time
    You and me, we're on the line
    Now I won't let them keep me behind
    I believe in me, I believe
    Now I'm feeling good energy
    I believe in you, I believe
    Took so long to be living free

    I'm a believer
    I'm a believer

    No more crawling, no more stalling
    No more lonely phone calling
    No more burning, no more yearning
    No more broken hearts

    No more crawling, no more stalling
    No more lonely phone calling
    No more burning, no more yearning
    No more broken hearts

    I'm a believer
    I'm a believer

    My world is so divine
    I feel love for the first time
    You and me, we're on the line
    Now I won't let them keep me behind
    I'm a believer
    I'm a believer
    I'm a believer

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