Show Me A Miracle

Album: Love Frequency (2014)
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  • Let me take you to a place
    You may have never been
    Let me show you all the things
    You say you've never seen
    If you're coming, pick it up
    Because we should be going now we're flowing
    I believe there is no way of knowing
    When you're not clear to me
    There is no way of knowing
    This is an impossible dream
    There is no way of knowing
    When you're not clear to me
    There is no way of knowing
    Us to live to the scene

    Show me a miracle, help me to see
    I need a miracle, follow me follow me now
    Show me a miracle, give me the key
    I know it's possible, follow me follow me now
    Follow me follow me now
    Follow me follow me now

    Show me something I could see
    This time I can believe and take me to a place
    I never wanna leave
    Now we're flowing and we've been
    To where we should be going
    This is something I could see
    There is no way of knowing
    When you're not clear to me
    There is no way of knowing
    This is an impossible dream
    There is no way of knowing
    When you're not clear to me
    There is no way of knowing
    Us to live to the scene

    Show me a miracle, help me to see
    I need a miracle, follow me follow me now
    Show me a miracle, give me the key
    I know it's possible, follow me follow me now
    Follow me follow me now
    Follow me follow me now

    Show me a miracle, help me to see
    I need a miracle
    Show me a miracle, give me the key
    Now that is possible, follow me follow me now
    Show me a miracle, help me to see
    I need a miracle
    Show me a miracle, give me the key
    I know it's possible, follow me follow me now
    Follow me follow me now
    Follow me follow me now
    Follow me follow me now
    Follow me follow me now Writer/s: George Latham, James Righton, Jamie Reynolds, Simon Taylor-Davies
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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