Free

Album: Free (2009)
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  • I'm a poor, I'm a rich
    I'm a mountain, and a ditch
    I'm a dagger, and a shield
    I'm impatient, I'm a yield

    And I wanna be free
    Wind in my hair
    Salt on my skin
    Sun in the air
    I have to feel love
    Holding on me
    I'll give you everything that you would ever need

    I'm the fight and the dance
    I am heartbreak and romance
    The feather and the stone
    I feel crowded and alone

    And I wanna be free
    Wind in my hair
    Salt on my skin
    Sun in the air
    I have to feel love
    Holding on me
    I'll give you everything that you would ever need

    And every once in a while
    I wanna sit back and enjoy the view
    I'm feeling my senses
    But woman my life has been surrounded by fences
    But I found some that I could see through
    I could see through

    And I wanna be free
    Wind in my hair
    Salt on my skin
    Sun in the air
    I have to feel love
    Holding on me
    I'll give you everything that you would ever need

    Everything that you would ever need
    Everything that you would ever need Writer/s: GAVIN DEGRAW
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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