One Love

Album: Chasing Daylight (2003)
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  • We are just children understand
    We're two in a million the precious grains of sand
    We slip through the fingers dancing on the wind
    We find each other

    [Chorus]
    One you, one me
    One chance for us to live
    One heart, one soul
    One life for us to give
    One dream, one mind
    One sky up above
    One you, one me
    One love
    One love

    A star made a wish on us tonight
    Hangin' out in heaven inspired by our light
    She knows how it feels to shine on all the world
    And last forever

    [Chorus]

    Surrender all your battles
    It's only love that makes us matter

    We are all the possibilities
    As endless as our imagination

    [Chorus] Writer/s: ANDREW COPELAND, BILLY MONTANA, DAVE ROBBINS, HENRY PAUL, JEFF BERES, KEN BLOCK, MARK E. TROJANOWSKI, RYAN CARTER NEWELL
    Publisher: MIKE CURB MUSIC, Songtrust Ave, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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