Where We Are

Album: Where We Are (2009)
  • Stay where you are
    Don't let me go, don't let me go
    We made it this far
    Oh baby stop, stop right there
    Don't walk away, don't walk away
    Into thin air
    We survived a crash
    Made it through the wreckage
    Standing here at last
    So perfectly written

    Now where we are
    Is where we're suppose to be
    Where we are
    Keeps the breath in me
    Where we've been
    We've risen from the deep
    Where we're now no one can tear us apart
    That's where we are

    Don't, don't turn around
    We gotta let, we got to let
    Go of the past now
    Feel me by your side
    We're out of danger
    No reason to hide
    We survived the storm
    Made it through the hurricane
    Standing here at last
    Dry despite the rain

    Now where we are
    Is where we're suppose to be
    Where we are
    Keeps the breath in me
    Where we've been
    We've risen from the deep
    Where we're now no one can tear us apart
    That's where we are

    That's where we are
    Stay, stay where you are

    Now where we are
    Is where we're suppose to be
    Where we are
    Keeps the breath in me
    Where we've been
    We've risen from the deep
    Where we're now no one can tear us apart
    That's where we are

    That's where we are Writer/s: RYAN B TEDDER, SAVAN KOTECHA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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