"Runaway" as written by James Todd Smith, Ashanti S. Douglas, Sharif Emil Slater, Jean Claude Olivier, Jaramye Jael Daniels, Akil King, James Brown and Lynne Collins....
Say it's true, there's nothing like me and you
Not alone, tell me you feel it too
And I would runaway
I would runaway, yeah
I would runaway
I would runaway with you

'Cause I have fallen in love
With you, no never have
I'm never gonna stop falling in love, with you

Close the door, lay down upon the floor
And by candlelight, make love to me through the night
'Cause I have runaway
I have runaway, yeah
I have runaway, runaway
I have runaway with you

'Cause I have fallen in love
With you, no never have
I'm never gonna stop falling in love, with you (with you)

And I would runaway
I would runaway, yeah
I would runaway
I would runaway with you

'Cause I have fallen in love
With you, no never have
I'm never gonna stop falling in love, with you

Fallen in love with you
No never, ever, I'm never gonna stop falling in love, with you
With you, my love
With you
Ya da da da da da da da da da da da


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"Runaway" as written by Sharon Corr James Corr

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    General Commentthis is such a simply written love song, but yet andrea does a great job explaining exactly how she feels and puts so much emotion in singing this song
    bitterpillon January 18, 2002   Link
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    General CommentEverytime I hear this song,and/or see the video of the concert from dublin, I fall more and more in love with Andrea. This song is right up my alley due to the fact that I am in a situation similar to this, dealing with pure and expressive love. It is a beautiful thing and a hard thing to put into words, but the corrs did an unbelievable job with the words and emotions poured into something this important.
    Listen and Feel.
    Music is the most important thing in the world.
    mo0stahon March 20, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song makes me want to pick up the guy i love and runnaway in his arms...
    bubblebabe43on June 13, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is a very simply written love ballad, yet Andrea delivers it so emotionally, you can just feel the power of the music, with all her feelings and emotions in it. this is really The Corrs' best love song. ever]
    shaNakaon June 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song means EVERYTHING to me. One of the best I have ever heard.
    martins_ghirlon June 19, 2002   Link
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    General CommentFor anyone in a serious relationship with a significant other, this song can have many, very powerful meanings, and naturally everyone can interpret it differently. Of course there's the obvious passion/lovemaking meaning, but actually for me it meant more than just that. It was like if you truly love someone, you're willing to do anything/go anywhere/give up everything just to be with the one you love ("I would runaway with you..."). Maybe I'm misinterpreting what Andrea's singing about but hey, we're all entitled to our own opinions. :-p
    sixtynineon July 30, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so pretty and minimalistic, and it is a shame that no one I talk to has ever heard of the Corrs. I also love Rebel Heart, but of course that is not on here because it is an instrumental.
    WillyWiluhpson October 03, 2004   Link
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    General CommentWhen I was about 8 whenever I heard this song it made me cry. Along with Viva Forever and I'm Blue.
    veneficiumon January 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhat movie is this in?
    ftffyrdmnson January 25, 2006   Link
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    General Commentlovely lovely song. its meaning shines through due to the simplistic lyrics.
    its all about musicon July 28, 2006   Link

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