Wherever You Are

  • It was a summer night, the stars were all aligned
    You, you, you, you showed up and blew my mind
    We didn't sleep at all, played records all night long
    That, that, that night I kinda fell love

    Something in your kiss made my body electric
    And you set me free
    That night brought to life all the magic that's inside
    Of you and me

    Wherever you are you are forever on my mind
    Wherever you are know that our love will never die
    Wherever you are, wherever you are
    Love will never die
    Wherever you are, wherever you are

    Electric warrior love, the sun was coming up
    Red, red, red wine and whiskey on your tongue
    Tangled up in your sheets, you saw the real me
    You, you, you give me something to believe

    Something in your kiss made my body electric
    And you set me free
    That night brought to life all the magic that's inside
    Of you and me

    Wherever you are you are forever on my mind
    Wherever you are know that our love will never die
    Wherever you are, wherever you are
    Love will never die
    Wherever you are, wherever you are
    Wherever you are, wherever you are

    Nothing can last forever
    But I'll always remember
    Those nights we spent together
    Wherever, wherever

    Wherever you are, wherever you are
    Love will never die
    Wherever you are, wherever you are
    Love will never die
    Wherever you are Publisher: KOBALT MUSIC PUBLISHING LIMITED,
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