You and I Again

Album: Before This World (2015)
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  • You and I again, these days go by
    And I wish that I could slow the whole thing down
    And have it back again, just one more time
    Then again, maybe we can, 'cause I can't escape this feeling
    That we've been this way together, you and I

    There you are again, I climbed so high
    High enough to finally see your sign
    Shining in the distance
    You were tending your own fire
    We were biding our time
    We were both waiting for the moment
    When our paths would come together, you and I

    I see how fierce you are
    Whenever the world would drag us down
    How serious you are
    Standing on holy ground

    And so although I know we're only small
    In the time we have here
    Surely, we have it all

    I see how fierce you are
    Whenever this world would drag us down
    How serious you are
    Standing on holy ground

    And so although I know we're only small
    In the time we have here
    This time we got it all
    You and I again Writer/s: James Taylor
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