Learn You Inside Out

Album: Who We Are (2007)
  • Sit my feet on the ground
    It feels like the world's gravity drowns
    When I'm with you I'm high
    Instead of hiding my face
    My minds in your eyes
    Can your love embrace me as I am?

    [Chorus]
    In the silence you stare at the world
    Your eyes are screaming to be heard
    I wanna learn you inside out

    When time is not on my side
    All we have is now
    For the rest of our lives
    Let's stay up all night

    [Chorus]

    All the changes each time
    Can't keep you inside of me
    You're out of my mind
    I wear you on my sleeve

    [Chorus]

    I see all that you want to be
    Into your soul looking right back at me
    I wanna learn you inside out Writer/s: JASON WADE
    Publisher: Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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