Breathing Underwater

Album: Long Live The Angels (2016)
  • I believe in miracles
    'Cause it's a miracle I'm here
    Guess you could call me spiritual
    'Cause physical is fear

    And it's safe to say the storms gone away
    And I'm dancing on the morning after
    Yes I'd love to stay, but my home's the other way
    And I miss the love and laughter

    Something like flying
    Hard to describe it
    My God, I'm breathing underwater
    Something like freedom, freedom
    My God, I'm breathing underwater

    Every moon and every star
    Knows who you are, you know
    So ever if gets too dark
    You never are alone

    And it's safe to say we surrendered a day
    To pay back all the love you borrowed
    And hope that I had survived yesterday
    And today is jealous of tomorrow

    Something like flying
    Hard to describe it
    My God, I'm breathing underwater
    (Something like freedom) Freedom, freedom
    My God, I'm breathing underwater

    Something like flying
    Hard to describe it
    My God, I'm breathing underwater
    (Something like freedom) Like freedom, freedom
    My God, I'm breathing underwater

    Something like flying
    Hard to describe it
    My God, I'm breathing underwater
    Something like freedom, freedom
    My God, I'm breathing underwater

    Something like freedom, freedom
    My God, I'm breathing underwater Writer/s: CHRIS CROWHURST, EMELI SANDE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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