Angels

Album: Coexist (2012)
Charted: 43
  • Light reflects from your shadow
    It is more than I thought could exist
    You move through the room
    Like breathing was easy
    If someone believed me

    They would be
    As in love with you as I am
    They would be
    As in love with you as I am
    They would be
    As in love with you as I am
    They would be
    In love, love, love

    And everyday
    I am learning about you
    The things that no one else sees
    And the end comes too soon
    Like dreaming of angels

    And leaving without them

    And leaving without them

    Being
    As in love with you as I am
    Being
    As in love with you as I am
    Being
    As in love with you as I am
    Being
    As in love, love, love
    Love, love, love
    Love, love, love

    And with words unspoken
    A silent devotion
    I know you know what I mean
    And the end is unknown
    But I think I'm ready
    As long as you're with me

    Being
    As in love with you as I am
    Being
    As in love with you as I am
    Being
    As in love with you as I am
    Being
    As in love, love, loveWriter/s: JAMES THOMAS SMITH, OLIVER SIM, ROMY ANNA MADLEY CROFT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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