For Real

Album: Sarah Buxton (2010)
  • These are the eyes I know
    These are the lips I kiss
    These are the hands I hold
    I live for this

    This is the life I want
    This is my only hope
    That we'll share the days together
    When we grow old

    I don't wanna run away
    I don't wanna drift away
    I don't wanna fade away
    I don't wanna hide away
    Not when I feel the things I feel
    I don't wanna lose you babe
    I don't wanna hurt you babe
    I just don't wanna hear you say
    That you'll never go away
    That's what it's like to be in love,
    For real

    This is the bed we share
    This is the safest place
    This is where we come
    To end the day

    Feels like a fairy tale
    Feels like a fantasy
    But baby most of all
    Feels like it's meant to be

    I don't wanna run away
    I don't wanna drift away
    I don't wanna fade away
    I don't wanna hide away
    Not when I feel the things I feel
    I don't wanna lose you babe
    I don't wanna hurt you babe
    I just don't wanna hear you say
    That you'll never go away
    That's what it's like to be in love,
    For real

    That's what it's like to be in love,
    For real
    That's what it's like to be in love,
    For real
    That's what it's like to be in love,
    Oh for real
    That's what it's like to be in love,
    Hey, hey, yeah
    That's what it's like to be in love,
    For real
    That's what it's like to be in love,
    For real Writer/s: BOB DIPIERO, SARAH BUXTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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