I don't even know
I've never felt this way before
But with someone like you, it makes sense.
And I don't wanna go,
I'll stay with you forever just as long
as you love me too
just as long as you love me too.

It's the way that you talk
and the way that you smile
and the way that you love black and white.
Baby it's the way that you hold my hand in the car
and the way that we lie in the sand,

It's not that hard to see
That a single day without you could
make me go crazy.
It takes my breath away
it gives me butterflies,
when you hold me when you sleep.
when you hold me in your sleep.
I never want to leave.

It's the way that you talk
and the way that you smile
and the way that you love black and white.
Baby it's the way that you hold my hand in the car
and the way that we lie in the sand
And we watched the sun go down.

woaaah...

It's the way that you talk
and the way that you smile
and the way that you love black and white.
Baby it's the way that you hold my hand in the car
and the way that we lie in the sand,
And we watched the sun go down.


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    General Commentthe best song.
    kelseyreneeon February 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song is not actually Chase's song, it is a cover of Stephen Jerzak but Chase definately does it Justice. It is a great song and they both do it very well. I love you Chase! <3
    clarabelle171on May 09, 2009   Link
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    General CommentActually, this isn't a cover. It is HIS song. His and stephen's version are completely opposite. Different meanings actually. Chase's version is talking about all the things he adores about the girl he loves. Stephen's version is more of reminicsing on everything he likes about that girl. But now "he's alone". I love both versions. They are both great artist. They both grew up together and do write songs together so it wouldn't be a surprise if they both came up with the idea together!!
    taiku12on August 11, 2010   Link

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