We're At The Top Of The World

Album: Emotion Is Dead (2000)
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  • We're at the top of the world, you and I.
    We've got a lot of time and it sure feels right.
    Cause you reached in your pocket
    And pulled out a pass, says you can take me anywhere.

    Sha la la la sha la la la sha la la la la la la (x3)
    Sha la la la sha la la la la la la

    We're on the top of the world, here tonight.
    We've got a lot of time and it sure feels right.
    Cause I'm up here running behind you.
    I'm up here running in repeat.

    Sha la la la sha la la la sha la la la la la la (x4)

    Were at the top of the world, you and I.
    We've got a lot of time and it sure feels right. cause
    You reached in your pocket and pulled out a pass...
    You can take me AnywheEeEere

    You can take me anywhere (x4)

    Sha la la la sha la la la sha la la la la la la (x6)
    Yeah yeah yeah yeah you can take me anywhere (x4)
    Sha la la la, sha la la la la la la Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Capitol CMG Publishing
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