Walking On A Dream

Album: Walking on a Dream (2008)
Charted: 64 65
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  • Walking on a dream
    How can I explain
    Talking to myself
    Will I see again

    We are always running for the thrill of it thrill of it
    Always pushing up the hill searching for the thrill of it
    On and on and on we are calling out and out again
    Never looking down I'm just in awe of what's in front of me

    Is it real now
    When two people become one
    I can feel it
    When two people become one

    Thought I'd never see
    The love you found in me
    Now it's changing all the time
    Living in a rhythm where the minutes working overtime

    We are always running for the thrill of it thrill of it
    Always pushing up the hill searching for the thrill of it
    On and on and on we are calling out and out again
    Never looking down I'm just in awe of what's in front of me

    Is it real now
    When two people become one
    I can feel it
    When two people become one

    Is it real now
    When two people become one
    I can feel it
    When two people become one

    Catch me I'm falling down
    Catch me I'm falling down

    Don't stop just keep going on
    I'm your shoulder lean upon
    So come on deliver from inside
    All we got is tonight that is right 'till first light

    Is it real now
    When two people become one
    I can feel it
    When two people become one

    Is it real now
    When two people become one
    I can feel it
    When two people become oneWriter/s: JONATHAN THOMAS SLOAN, NICK LITTLEMORE, LUKE JAMES STEELE
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, CYPMP
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