Become The One

Album: Silver Eye (2017)
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  • Recognise
    Synchronise
    Harmonise
    What's inside
    What's inside

    Visualise
    Atomise
    Crystallise
    What's inside

    Become the one
    You know you are
    Become the one
    You know you are

    Become the one, become the one
    You know you are
    Become the one, become the one
    You know you are

    We've got life
    We've got love

    Recognise
    Synchronise
    Harmonise
    What's inside

    Become the one, become the one
    You know you are
    Become the one, become the one
    You know you are

    We've got life
    We've got love
    We've got life
    We've got love
    We've got life
    We've got love Writer/s: Alison Elizabeth Goldfrapp, Will Gregory
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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