Infinity 2008

Album: Single Release Only (2008)
Charted: 3
  • Here's my key
    Philosophy
    A freak like me
    Just needs infinity

    Relax
    Take your time

    And take your time
    To trust in me
    And you will find
    Infinity, infinity

    And take your time
    To trust in me
    And you will find
    Infinity, infinity

    The time goes by
    So naturally
    While you receive
    Infinity

    Here's my key
    Philosophy
    A freak like me
    Just needs infinity

    Relax
    Take your time

    And take your time
    To trust in me
    And you will find
    Infinity, infinity

    Infinity, infinity, infinity
    Infinity, infinity

    And take your time
    To trust in me
    And you will find

    The time goes by
    So naturally
    While you receive
    Infinity Writer/s: Paul Dudley Walden
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Dave from Cardiff, WalesThe 1990 version of Infinity was way better than the 2008 one
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