Mountain to Move

Album: Wake Up Now (2017)
  • Yeah, ooh

    Caught up in specialness
    I wish you could see
    That we are kings of bliss
    Begging for misery
    We get lost in comparison
    Looking outside of me
    I see this world is unraveling
    I wonder, who could we be

    Oh, I don't want to see us lose
    Any more time
    This moment is a mountain to move
    Yeah yeah, so move it aside
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now

    'Cause Mary Anne is a healer
    She had pain on her mind
    She said, "Your money's your medicine"
    But she's sick all the time
    'Cause you got lost in comparison
    Always pretending you knew
    When everything you were looking for
    Was already looking at you

    Oh, I don't want to see us lose
    Any more time
    This moment is a mountain to move
    So move it inside
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now

    Give it to me, realness
    Give it to me, stillness
    Give you some forgiveness
    Give it to me, wholeness

    'Cause I was lost in comparison
    Always pretending I knew
    But everything I was looking for
    I was looking through
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now
    Wake up now Writer/s: NICK MULVEY
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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