Into the Unknown

Album: Frozen 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2019)
Charted: 19 46
  • (Oh)
    (Oh)
    (Oh)

    I can hear you but I won't
    Some look for trouble while others don't
    There's a thousand reasons I should go about my day
    And ignore your whispers which I wish would go away, oh
    Whoa

    (Oh)
    (Oh)
    (Oh)

    You're not a voice, you're just a ringing in my ear
    And if I heard you, which I don't, I'm spoken for I fear
    Everyone I've ever loved is here within these walls
    I'm sorry, secret siren, but I'm blocking out your calls
    I've had my adventure, I don't need something new
    I'm afraid of what I'm risking if I follow you

    Into the unknown
    Into the unknown
    Into the unknown
    (Oh)
    (Oh)

    What do you want? 'Cause you've been keeping me awake
    Are you here to distract me so I make a big mistake?
    Or are you someone out there who's a little bit like me?
    Who knows deep down I'm not where I'm meant to be?
    Every day's a little harder as I feel my power grow
    Don't you know there's part of me that longs to go

    Into the unknown
    Into the unknown
    Into the unknown
    (Oh)
    (Oh)
    Whoa

    Are you out there?
    Do you know me?
    Can you feel me?
    Can you show me?

    (Ah) oh
    (Ah) oh
    (Ah) oh
    (Ah) oh
    (Ah) oh
    (Ah) oh

    Where are you going? Don't leave me alone
    How do I follow you
    Into the unknown? Writer/s: Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez
    Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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