Learn To Love Again

Album: Chapman Square (2012)
Charted: 13
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  • There's a place we know
    What's cold enough won't grow
    We have seen the dark
    And the dark took its toll

    And the journey waits for no one
    If no one breaks the mould
    And our hearts are stronger
    Than we know

    That you and I could learn to love again
    After all this time
    Maybe that is how I knew you were the one
    That you could still believe in me again
    And after all our trials
    Maybe that is how I knew you were the one

    To awake I know
    We made it through the storm
    And someone saves their sweet embrace
    For you and you alone

    That you and I could learn to love again
    After all this time
    Maybe that is how I knew you were the one
    That you could still believe in me again
    And after all our trials
    Maybe that is how I knew you were the one

    Silence says to remember
    We remember
    To our souls in the shadow
    In the shadows

    That is how I knew you were the one
    And that is how I knew you were the one Writer/s: ANDREW CHRISTOPHER BROWN, CARL ANTHONY FALK, ERIC VINCENT TURNER, JOAKIM HERBERT BERG, MICHEL HENRY ALLAN ZITRON, RAMI YACOUB
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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