I'm Letting Go

Album: My Paper Heart (2009)
  • My heart beats, standing on the edge
    But my feet have finally left the ledge

    Like an acrobat
    There's no turning back

    I'm letting go
    Of the life I planned for me
    And my dreams
    I'm losing control
    Of my destiny
    It feels like I'm falling and that's what it's like to believe
    So I'm letting go

    This is a giant leap of faith
    Trusting and trying to embrace

    The fear of the unknown
    Beyond my comfort zone

    I'm letting go
    Of the life I planned for me
    And my dreams
    I'm losing control
    Of my destiny
    It feels like I'm falling and that's what it's like to believe
    So I'm letting go

    Giving in to your gravity
    Knowing You are holding me
    I'm not afraid

    Feels like I'm falling and that's what it's like to believe
    Feels like I'm falling and this is the life for meWriter/s: FRANCESCA BATTISTELLI, IAN ESKELIN, TONY WOOD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP
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