Loving You Is Easy

Album: Laws Of Illusion (2010)
  • Loving you is easy, loving you is wondrous and pure
    I shout it from the roof tops
    How long must I wait 'til I see your smile

    Might of been the moonlight
    Caught up in the sparkle in your eyes
    So we gotta know I should go slow
    But it's not in me to wait

    'Cause I'm alive I'm on fire
    Shine like a star burst into the sky

    Oh the fury of desire
    You burn so bright electrify
    You light me up you take me higher

    I've been down a long road
    And I've become a stranger to myself
    Digging in my heels and hoping time
    Might be kinder if I wait it out

    Nothing came from wondering
    And I became so small and insecure
    Didn't know the cost of all I lost
    Until I found it fresh and new
    (Again with you)

    And I'm on fire
    Shine like a star burst into the sky

    Oh the fury of desire
    You burn so bright electrify
    You light me up you take me higher

    (Whoa)

    Loving you is easy
    Loving you is wondrous and pure
    I shout it from the roof tops
    How long must I wait 'til I see your smile Writer/s: Sarah Mclachlan
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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