I Will

Album: Do You Believe Me Now (2008)
Charted: 102
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  • So you're the one
    I've waited on
    The one I've been dreaming of
    Now that I know
    It's hard to let go
    I don't wanna lose your love
    But what can I do
    I can't make you stay here
    But if you should choose
    To go your own way where
    Ever you're going
    Whenever you turn
    Remember this moment
    Remember these words
    I will
    I will

    Give up my life for you
    If you wanted
    Give you my heart
    You already own it
    I'll do anything
    I'll go anywhere
    It's true
    I will
    I will
    I will

    I look in your eyes
    And I see our life
    So full of happiness
    Do you see the same
    Just someone you'll blame
    For things that you might've missed
    I don't wanna weigh you down like an anchor
    If that's how you see me now
    I would rather
    Let you go free
    Just sail away
    If that's what you need
    If that's what it takes
    I will
    I will

    Give up my life for you
    If you wanted
    Give you my heart
    You already own it
    I'll do anything
    I'll go anywhere
    It's true
    I will
    I will
    I will

    If ever your day is done and still you feel
    You need someone to hold you
    I will
    If you ever need to talk to somebody
    Who really knows you
    Yes, I will
    Uh, huh

    Give up my life for you
    If you wanted
    Give you my heart
    You already own it
    I'll do anything
    I'll go anywhere
    It's true
    I will
    I will
    I will

    Love you Writer/s: PAUL REGINALD NELSON, ROBERT JENS ROCK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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