"I'm All For Believing" as written by and Missy Higgins....
Pull back the shield between us,
And I'll kiss you,
Drop your defenses and come,
Into my arms.
I'm all for believing,
(I'm all for believing)

I'm all for believing if you can reveal the true colours within.

I know you blanket your mind
So much that I am blind,
But I, I see you've painted your soul
Into your guard,
I'm all for believing,
(I'm all for believing)

I need to know just how you feel,
To comfort you;
I need to find the key let me in,
Into your heart,
To find your soul.

Pull back the shield between us,
And I'll kiss you,
Drop your defenses and come,
Into my arms.

I'm all for believing, if you can reveal, the true colours within,
And say you will be there for me to hold,
When the faith grows old and life turns cold, (I'm all for believing)

When the faith grows old, (I'm all for believing) and life turns cold.
So if you're cold I will stay, maybe fate will guide the way.
I believe in what I see and baby we were meant to be,
Just believe. Just believe. Just believe.
Trust in me.


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"All for Believing" as written by Missy Higgins

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    General CommentMissy wrote this song for a school project when she was 15. Talk about talent!
    Feelslikelighteningon April 05, 2009   Link
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    General Comment^Are you serious, that's amazing!
    MusicLover23on November 10, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThat's really good for her being 15. But now that I'm reading it, the theme does sound like a typical 15 year old kind of thinking. But still, the song is amazing, especially since she was so young when she wrote it!
    superfedoraon October 24, 2010   Link

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