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I never knew how much I'd come to love you
I couldn't know how much I'd come to love you
I had no idea if I'd disappear from fear
Of the greatest gift I almost faded away
I had no idea how much I'd come to need you
I had no idea how much I'd burn when I can't see you
I had no idea if I'd disappear from fear
Of the greatest gift who's ever taken to me

But you pierced my heart in June
Turned and hung the moon
And in a while, child
I was wrapped around your finger

Chance, what are the chances
That you would look down from the sky
And choose me to be your own?
And Chance, what are the chances
That you would sacrifice your wings
To become flesh and bone for me?

I can't believe I called it love before you
And I think I even thought I could ignore you
I had no idea that I'd disappear from fear
Those days were cold and I almost faded away

But you changed the way I breathe
And rearrange of needs
To the world you might be one
But to me you are the world

And Chance, what are the chances
That you would look down from the sky
And choose me to be your own?
And Chance, what are the chances
That you would sacrifice your wings
To become flesh and bone for me?

La da da da (La da da da
La da da da) La da da da

We're all searching for the things that make us matter
We're all hungry in our needing to be whole
Then we find the only thing that really matters
Are the people in our lives whose hearts we hold

And Chance, what are the chances
That you would look down from the sky
And claim me to be your own?
And Chance, what are the chances
That you would sacrifice your wings
To become flesh and bone for me?

La da da da (La da da da
La da da) La da da


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    Song MeaningIt's about his son, whose name is Chanson. Block has mentioned in a few interviews that he has a really special relationship with his son because he reminds him so much of his brother, who died of cancer at eighteen.

    It's a really sweet song and it sounds so pretty acoustic, like all of Ken Block's songs. I cried a little the first time I heard it, but that's probably because I'm a hazelnut who's read all the interviews.
    blondeoptimist94on December 17, 2010   Link

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