Let Love In

Album: Let Love In (2006)
  • You wait, wanting this world
    To let you in
    And you stand there
    A frozen light
    In dark and empty streets
    You smile, hiding behind
    A God-given face
    But I know you're so much more
    Everything they ignore
    Is all that I need to believe

    You're the only one I ever believed in
    The answer that could never be found
    The moment you decided to let love in
    Now I'm banging on the door of an angel
    The end of fear is where we begin
    The moment we decided to let love in

    I wish
    Wishing for you to find your way
    And I'll hold on for all you need
    That's all we need to say
    I'll take my chances while
    You take your time with
    This game you play
    But I can't control your soul
    You need to let me know
    You leaving or you gonna stay

    You're the only one I ever believed in
    The answer that could never be found
    The moment you decided to let love in
    Now I'm banging on the door of an angel
    The end of fear is where we begin
    The moment we decided to let love in

    There's nothing we can do about
    The things we have to do without
    The only way to feel again
    Is let love in

    There's nothing we can do about
    The things we have to live without
    The only way to see again
    Is let love in

    You're the only one I ever believed in
    The answer that could never be found
    The moment you decided to let love in
    Now I'm banging on the door of an angel
    The end of fear is where we begin
    The moment we decided to let love in

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