"Love Is Here" as written by Mike Donehey, Jason Jamison, Phillip Larue, Jason Ingram and Drew Middleton....
I hear a song,
Drifting on the horizon
The melody is so sweet, so sweet
Who composed the tune?
It lifts my heart higher
I sit down to retire
And hear what it has to say

Love is here,
I don't want to lose it no
The tune it was so inspiring,
It kept my body rising,

Absorption taking place
The melody so lovely,
The tune it was so subtle
The world's a wonderful place

I see him now,
The clouds begin to disperse
To reveal a wonderful presence,
A presence full of love
He is so lovely,

Standing there looking after me
Seeing just how I feel,
The presence of love itself
Dumb, dumb dumb, duh duh dumb

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"Love Is Here" as written by Ashley Ingram Des'ree Weekes

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentBasically, she hears this "tune" that is drawing her to a certain person. She is unsure of what this all means at first, but then she finds out that it means that the certain person is her love. When the "clouds disperse," she discovers who has sought her out with the "tune" and she is standing there, looking at the man she is in love with.
    Or something like that, but I think you get my point. It's a beautiful song.
    shallremainon February 22, 2006   Link

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