I Just Call You Mine

Album: Shine (2009)
Charted: 97
  • I pinch myself sometimes to make sure I'm not in a dream
    That's how it seems
    I close my eyes and breathe in the sweetest moments I've ever known
    It feels like home
    And here I am I want to be your everything
    There you are
    Turning winter into spring

    And everyone who sees you
    Always want's to know you
    And everyone that knows you
    Always has a smile
    You're standing ovation after years of waiting
    For a chance to finally shine
    Everyone calls you amazing
    Yeah
    I just call you mine

    I fall apart
    Just a word from you just somehow seems to fix
    Whatever's wrong
    Oh, you reach into the weakest moments
    And remind me that I'm strong
    You've got to know
    I'd be a fool not to see you even worse
    To forget that you're more than I deserve

    Cause everyone who sees you
    Always want's to know you
    And everyone who knows you
    Always have a smile
    You're standing ovation after years of waiting
    For a chance to finally shine
    Everyone calls you amazing
    I just call you mine

    Nothing makes sense when you're not here
    As if my whole world disappears
    Without you what's the point of anything

    Cause everyone who sees you
    Always want's to know you
    And everyone who knows you
    Always have a smile
    You're the dream that I've been chasin' after years of waiting
    For a chance to finally shine
    Everyone calls you amazing
    I just call you mine
    Everyone calls you amazing
    I just call you mine Writer/s: JESS CLAYTON CATES, TY LACY, DENNIS MATKOSKY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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