Fall Into Me

Album: Emerson Drive (2002)
Charted: 34
  • Right here waiting, staying strong
    Come and fall into me

    You say you've turned it off
    Hid your heart upon a shelf
    Scared of what it might cost
    To take it down for someone else
    Cause loving him you lost
    Too much of yourself
    Baby can't you see
    That he's not me
    And

    I need you to know you can fall into me
    That my arms are wide open and will always be
    Right here waiting, staying strong
    Come and fall into me

    I'll follow any road
    Anywhere to get to you
    I'll open up my soul
    If that's what you need me to do
    Now baby its your move
    All you've got to do
    Is believe in love, just believe in us
    Now...

    I need you to know you can fall into me
    That my arms are wide open and will always be
    Right here waiting, staying strong
    Come and fall into me

    Just believe in love, just believe in us
    Baby

    I need you to know you can fall into me
    That my arms are wide open and will always be
    Right here waiting, Staying strong
    Come and fall into me

    Come and fall into me
    Baby fall into me Writer/s: JEREMY S. STOVER, DANNY ORTON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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