"I Shall Be There" as written by Martin Sean Brannigan, Ray Hedges, Lindsay Gaeil Christian Armaou, Edele Claire Lynch, Keavy Jane Lynch and Sinead Maria O'carroll....
Awaken, breathe
Hear the calling in the wind
The voice, it's saying
A journey must begin

We'll fly like a bird
In a scattered cloudy sky
Leave aside the city worries
It's just a minute away

In my heart I'll paint
And I swear it's where I'll be Oh!

I shall be there (be there Yeah!)
Will you be there
I shall be there (be there Yeah!)
Will you be there too ?

Come and look in silence br> Believe in what you see
(In a place like this)
The starry skies can move the mountains
The sun will warn the sea

In my heart I'll paint
And I swear it's where I'll be Oh!

I shall be there (be there Yeah!)
Will you be there
I shall be there (be there Yeah!)
Will you be there too ?

I shall be there (be there Yeah!)
Will you be there
I shall be there (be there Yeah!)
Will you be there too ?


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"I Shall Be There" as written by Keavy Jane Lynch Edele Claire Lynch

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    General Commentwow. these songs enver cease to amaze me. besides the fact that this is teeny-bopper...its actually rly pretty...kudos!
    lauraboo438on April 23, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti agree. i was a big b*witched fan back in the day..
    these songs still make me feel so much.
    howz_gon March 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis used to make me think of my school crush SO much.
    Sirius1on May 25, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti used to be such a huge B*witched fan. me and my best friend used to lip sing all they're songs and put on performances for my family. this is my second favorite song of theirs, i think it's gorgeous.
    Corr_ion August 03, 2006   Link

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