Miracle

Album: The Golden Echo (2014)
  • I'm rising up
    Sometimes I want to get away
    And from the moment I met you
    I'm ready to fade
    I'm ready for a brighter day
    Like a castaway, sometimes I feel so separated
    But I can never forget you
    The emotion's fine
    Yeah, you shine a little light of me

    Send me your love again
    'Cause you're my miracle, miracle, miracle
    Yeah, can't describe but I'll leave it in a
    Miracle, miracle, miracle
    Send me your love again
    'Cause you're my miracle, miracle, miracle
    Send me your love again
    'Cause you're my miracle, miracle, miracle

    I'm rising up
    Sometimes I feel so far away
    But it's like somebody send you
    I'm ready to fade
    I'm ready for a brighter day
    Now I flash away
    Your love is like a revelator
    We're dividing the fiction
    No way to explain
    What's happening inside of me

    Send me your love again
    'Cause you're my miracle, miracle, miracle
    Yeah, can't describe but I'll leave it in a
    Miracle, miracle, miracle
    Send me your love again
    Miracle, miracle, miracle
    Send me your love again
    'Cause you're my miracle, miracle, miracle

    You got me with my hands up
    Got me seeing visions of love
    Yeah you got me with my hands above my head
    And every thought I can't believe it again

    Send me your love again
    'Cause you're my miracle, miracle, miracle
    Yeah, can't describe but I'll leave it in a
    Miracle, miracle, miracle
    Send me your love again
    Miracle, miracle, miracle
    Send me your love again
    'Cause you're my miracle, miracle, miracle
    Miracle, miracle, miracle
    Miracle, miracle, miracle
    Miracle, miracle, miracle Writer/s: STEPHEN BRUNER, DANIEL JOHNS, KIMBRA JOHNSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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