Show Yourself

Album: Frozen 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2019)
Charted: 60 70
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  • Every inch of me is trembling
    But not from the cold
    Something is familiar
    Like a dream I can reach but not quite hold
    I can sense you there
    Like a friend I've always known
    I'm arriving
    And it feels like I am home

    I have always been a fortress
    Cold secrets deep inside
    You have secrets, too
    But you don't have to hide

    Show yourself
    I'm dying to meet you
    Show yourself
    It's your turn
    Are you the one I've been looking for
    All of my life?
    Show yourself
    I'm ready to learn

    Ah ah ah ah

    Ah ah ah ah ah

    I've never felt so certain
    All my life I've been torn
    But I'm here for a reason
    Could it be the reason I was born?
    I have always been so different
    Normal rules did not apply
    Is this the day?
    Are you the way
    I finally find out why?

    Show yourself
    I'm no longer trembling
    Here I am
    I've come so far
    You are the answer I've waited for
    All of my life
    Oh, show yourself
    Let me see who you are

    Come to me now
    Open your door
    Don't make me wait
    One moment more
    Oh, come to me now
    Open your door
    Don't make me wait
    One moment more

    Where the north wind meets the sea

    Ah ah ah ah

    There's a river

    Ah ah ah ah

    Full of memory

    Come, my darling, homeward bound

    I am found

    Show yourself
    Step into your power
    Throw yourself
    Into something new

    You are the one you've been waiting for

    All of my life

    All of your life

    Oh, show yourself

    Ah ah ah

    Ah ah ah

    Ah ah ah Writer/s: Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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