"Past Life" as written by Billy Mann and Jennifer Brown....
There you were standing against the wall
Looking cool, sippin and lippin with your group of friends
And I knew just as easy as the air I breathe
You had a vibe that gave me reason to believe

And I knew (i knew)
It was you (it was you)
Yes I knew (i knew)
It was you (it was you)

If your past life finds you once more maybe
The one you're lovin' now you loved before
So familiar it feels so right baby
Maybe I knew you in a past life

There we were inside a dungeon in Spain
Or we were lions making love in the rain
In South America or was it Japan
You were a woman, maybe I was a man

But I knew (i knew)
It was you (it was you)
Yes I knew (i knew)
It was you (it was you)

[Chorus]

And you walk over to me with that old cliche
Don't I know you from somewhere someplace
I start to laugh and say that just might be
This ain't the first time it been you and me


And I knew (i knew)
It was you (it was you)
Yes I knew (i knew)
It was you (it was you)


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"Past Life" as written by Jennifer Brown Billy Mann

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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