"Top Of The World" as written by Matthew Davies, David Rhys Lewis, Sean Bellers-smith, Gavin Butler, James Davies, Gareth Lawrence and Jason Perry....
We sat, sat on top of the world
And you said, said that you'd be the girl
Stop me, stop me fooling around
I said you'd keep my feet on the ground

Say you will stay away, say you will forget
Say you will stay away, say you will forget

I'm sorry, sorry for what I've done
So sorry for what I have become
Was this what was always missing?
Was I, was I not listening?

Say you will stay away, say you will forget
Say you will stay away, say you will forget

Don't ask me to rule with my heart or yours will break

We sat, sat on top of the world
You said, you said that you'd be the girl
To stop me, stop me fooling around
And I said you'd keep my feet on the ground

Say you will, say you will forget
Say you will, say you will forget
Say you will, say you will forget
Say you will, say you will forget


Lyrics submitted by rach2512

"Top of the World" as written by Rodney Jerkins Ahmad A. Lewis

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    General Commentyes I know the live versions on youtube don't say "foolong"
    but I got these lyrics from Sean and they are correct (apparently)
    he just likes to sing different words live...
    rach2512on March 04, 2009   Link
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    General Comment*fooling
    rach2512on March 04, 2009   Link
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    General Commentepic song, but what exactly does it mean?
    Destamoonon November 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's about a relationship where the girl wants to get serious but 'don't ask me to rule with my heart or yours will break' implies he likes another or doesn't want to get serious
    ImmaRioton June 27, 2010   Link

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