"Deeper" as written by Luke Anthony Mcmaster, Christopher William Ward and Rob Wells....
If we don't talk
That's okay
'Cause I hear everything
That you say
You got my heart to mend to you
A hole that hurts inside
It shows
And you can't hide
But if we open up
We'll break through

You and I go deeper
Down below where no one sees it
When you close your eyes
And just believe it
You and I go deeper
Where everything's unspoken
And the world seems so wide open
To me now

You got broken once before
Closed your heart up
And said no more
We were trying not to fall
Afraid of letting go
Wait until we know now

You and I go deeper
Down below where no one sees it
When you close your eyes
And just believe it
You and I go deeper
Where everything's unspoken
And the world seems so wide open
To me now

And the morning shines much brighter to me
Somehow, maybe this can last forever
If we follow what we feel
And you love me like I know you will

You and I go deeper
Down below where no one sees it
When you close your eyes
And just believe it
You and I go deeper
Where everything's unspoken
And the world seems so wide open
To me

You and I go deeper
Down below where no one sees it
When you close your eyes
And just believe it
You and I go deeper
Where everything's unspoken
And the world seems so wide open
To me now


Lyrics submitted by Breakingbenjaminfan

"Deeper" as written by Christopher William Ward Luke Anthony Mcmaster

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General CommentThis song is so, so amazing. I've been trying to figure out exactly what the lyrics mean, but haven't had much luck. If it's really obvious, I'm going to feel so stupid, lol. XD

    Anyway, this is definitely my new favourite song.
    xSakuraon June 15, 2008   Link
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    General CommentSome of these lyrics are a little off, but I think if you watch the show Instant Star, it helps you understand the song better.

    Which I'm sure this doesn't help much lol...
    duckie424on June 23, 2008   Link
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    General Commentim gonna take a shot at interpreting these lyrics... i think it means a couple is more affectionate and love each other more than ppl actually see/hear wen theyre alone. like saying a couple doesnt have to show pda (public displays of affection) and have to prove that they are a great couple. like they have a "Deeper" love than ppl realize
    CiCixPon July 07, 2008   Link
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    General Commentto me, it sounds like the two people completely get each other.
    like, sometimes they don't even have to say anything to know what the other person is thinking: they just understand each other.
    they have a deeper relationship than people realize, or can probably even comprehend.
    xothefancykidon July 23, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti just wanted to correct one line because i think it hold a significant meaning in the song.

    "You got my heart to mend to you"
    IS ACTUALLY
    "You got my heart tuned into you"

    That is one of my favorite lines in the song. It shows a deep connection between two people. The amount of this connection is not known by anyone else. They have a world full of private moments and their relationship is truly special.
    JayxElfon August 11, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti just wanted to correct one line because i think it hold a significant meaning in the song.

    "You got my heart to mend to you"
    IS ACTUALLY
    "You got my heart tuned into you"

    That is one of my favorite lines in the song. It shows a deep connection between two people. The amount of this connection is not known by anyone else. They have a world full of private moments and their relationship is truly special.
    JayxElfon August 11, 2008   Link

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