"The Beginning" as written by Ted E. Bruner and Alice Peacock....
Step out with me into the great unknown
The world’s at our feet
Let’s make it our own
I’m looking at you with stars up above
It must be true, we’re falling in love

Look at us now
It took so long to find out

This is the beginning of a new life
Baby keep holding on

It’s time to start living
And open our eyes
Open our eyes

Sometimes it seems too good to be true
It feels like a dream just being with you
'cause I never thought that I’d get enough
But I’m satisfied and filled with your love

Look at us now
It took so long to find out

This is the beginning of a new life
Baby, keep holding on

It’s time to start living
And open our eyes
Open our eyes

I’d swim the oceans
Yeah, all 7 seas
Just to show you the scope of what you mean to me

I would shout it out loud
In the midst of the crowd
You’re everything to me now

This is the beginning of a new life
Baby, keep holding on

It’s time to start living
And open our eyes
Open our eyes


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"The Beginning" as written by Alice Peacock Ted E. Bruner

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    General CommentI think this sound is a very meaningful song and
    its mainly about the girl who has fallen in love with
    a guy and she is 'satisfied with his love' and everything
    he has to offer and she's just trying to show him
    that he means the world to her.

    Great song though, I love the lyrics and
    Alice's voice.. it's beautiful!
    Maddie McAllisteron June 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is beautiful. It's played in the series finale of What I Like About You during Val and Vic's wedding. It's about two people falling in love and staring there life together.
    kwill3288on December 22, 2008   Link

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