Eighth World Wonder

Album: Eighth World Wonder (2004)
Charted: 49
  • Woke up early this morning
    Made my coffee like I always do
    Then it hit me from nowhere
    Everything I feel about me and you
    The way you kiss me crazy
    Baby you're so amazing

    Seven days and seven nights of thunder
    The water's rising and I'm slipping under
    I think I fell in love with the 8th world wonder

    I guess that I'm just falling
    Deeper into something I've never known (yeah)
    But the way that I'm feeling
    Makes me realize that it can't be wrong
    Your love's like a summer rain
    Washing my doubts away

    Seven days and seven nights of thunder
    The waters rising and I'm slipping under
    I think I fell in love with the 8th world wonder

    It's only been a week but
    It's coming over me.
    It's making me believe that
    You're the one for me

    Seven days and seven nights of thunder
    The water's rising and I'm slipping under
    I think I fell in love with the 8th world wonder

    Seven days and seven nights of thunder
    The waters rising and I'm slipping under
    I think I fell in love with the 8th world wonder

    Seven days and seven nights of thunder
    The water's rising and I'm slipping under
    I think I fell in love with the 8th world wonder

    Seven days and seven nights of thunder
    The water's rising and I'm...
    I think I fell in love with the 8th world wonder

Comments: 4

  • Boris from Gent, BelgiumFamily of John Locke?
  • Heather from Stony Brook Long Island, Nyhaha i hate this song
  • Lennonfan11 from Regawrhhrh, Icelandwho exactly were these people?
  • Candice from Vancouver, CanadaSome people thought "I think I fell in love with the 8th world wonder" was "I think I fell in love with an ape, world wonder".
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