Anywhere But Here

Album: Life Left To Go (2008)
  • Is this the end of the moment
    Or just a beautiful unfolding
    Of a love that will never be'
    Or maybe be

    Everything that I never thought could happen
    Or ever come to pass and
    I wonder if maybe, maybe I could be
    All you ever dreamed

    'Cause you are beautiful inside, so lovely and I
    Can't see why I'd do anything without you, you are
    And when I'm not with you, I know that it's true
    That I'd rather be anywhere but here without you
    Anywhere but here

    Is this a natural feeling
    Or is it just me bleeding'
    All my thoughts and dreams
    In hope that you will be with me or

    Is this a moment to remember
    Or just a cold day in December'
    I wonder if maybe, oh, maybe I could be
    All you ever dreamed

    'Cause you are beautiful inside, so lovely and I
    Can't see why I'd do anything without you, you are
    And when I'm not with you, I know that it's true
    That I'd rather be anywhere but here without you
    Anywhere but here, anywhere but here

    Is this the end of the moment
    Or just a beautiful unfolding
    Of a love that will never be
    For you and me'

    'Cause you are, you're beautiful inside, you're so lovely and I
    Can't see why I'd do anything without you, you are
    And when I'm not with you, yeah, I know that it's true
    That I'd rather be anywhere but here without you
    Whoa, ooh yeah, no, no, no, no, no Writer/s: CARRIE AKRE, DAVID BIRENBAUM, HARRIS THURMOND, RALPH ATKINS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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