Anywhere For You

Album: Yet To Be Titled (2014)
Charted: 7
  • We can rewrite the story
    Tonight we're forever young
    Yeah, tonight we're forever young

    Through the pain and the heartaches
    There's still love for everyone
    There's still love for everyone

    Hey, would believe me if I said
    We are here for a reason
    Now this is our life
    This is what counts
    This is for us
    I would go anywhere for you
    I would go anywhere for you, yeah
    I would go anywhere for you, yeah

    Heaven knows you're a dreamer
    Don't hide it from anyone
    Don't hide it from anyone

    Never doubt what you're made of
    There's a hero in everyone
    There's a hero in everyone

    Hey, would you believe me if I said
    We are here for a reason
    Now this is our life
    This is what counts
    This is for us
    I would go anywhere for you
    I would go anywhere for you, yeah
    I would go anywhere for you, yeah
    I would go anywhere for you, yeah

    Hold on tonight, for us,
    I would go anywhere for you, yeah
    I would go anywhere for you, yeah Writer/s: CHRIS LAKE, HENRY RUSSELL WALTER, LUKASZ GOTTWALD, VINCENT FRED PONTARE, ADAM BAPTISTE, MICHEL HENRY ALLAN ZITRON, JOHN MARTIN LINDSTROM
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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