Grasp and Still Connect

Album: Wake Up The Nation (2010)
  • I'm around, did you just not want me?
    Hope the time will never come
    I'm not out to steal your money
    Wanna spend my time with you

    Walkin' through this world in wonder
    Wonder if I'll ever change
    I can say I look at you grow up
    I just don't know why you do

    Think of all the places I wanna go
    Wanna go there now with you
    I think of all the places I've been to
    Big times that I want with you

    Walkin' through this world in wonder
    Wonder if I'll ever change
    I can say I look at you grow up
    I just don't know why we do

    Grasp & still connect
    Grasp & still connect
    Grasp & still connect
    Grasp & still connect

    We're together till the good Lord takes us
    Keep it special, I love you
    I'm not out to steal your money
    Wanna spend some time with you

    Walkin' through this world in wonder
    Wonder if I'll ever change
    I can say I look at you grow up
    I just don't know why we do

    Grasp & still connect
    Grasp & still connect
    Grasp & still connect

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