Born to Love You

Album: Hallelujah Nights (2017)
  • I was born in a town full of red pine trees
    County sign says "follow your dreams"
    Westbound train makes the whole town shake
    Friday night lights decide your fate

    Born again in a church where the steeple's white
    Preacher preach Book of John and my momma cried
    Meaning of life was in verse two
    Didn't make sense 'til I found you

    I could search the world from south to north
    But I've already found what I'm looking for
    Wherever I go and whatever I do
    I was born to love you, I was born to love you
    Looking in your eyes, yeah it's all so clear
    Every time you smile, I know why I'm here
    Wherever I go and whatever I do
    I was born to love you, I was born to love you

    I was a wild child between lost and found
    Then you spoke my name, it was a sweet sound
    Rescue kiss and you pulled me in
    All my life baby, where you been

    'Cause I could search the world from south to north
    But I've already found what I'm looking for
    Wherever I go and whatever I do
    I was born to love you, I was born to love you
    Looking in your eyes, yeah it's all so clear
    Every time you smile, I know why I'm here
    Wherever I go and whatever I do
    I was born to love you, I was born to love you

    'Cause I could search the world from south to north
    But I've already found what I'm looking for
    Wherever I go and whatever I do
    I was born to love you, I was born to love you
    Looking in your eyes, yeah it's all so clear
    Every time you smile, I know why I'm here
    Wherever I go and whatever I do
    I was born to love you, I was born to love you Writer/s: Ashley Glenn Gorley, Brandon Lancaster, Josh Osbornes, Ross Copperman
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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