(Caitlin)
You were always there
Why did thay take you away?
I was never scared
In your arms I felt invincible
Wanted you to see
The world beneath my feet
I wish that you could say
I would tell you "you're unbelievable"

(Dean and Caitlin)
And I want you to know you're who I wanna be
And I'll sing with everything I have inside me
You're always in my heart
There's no letting go
You gotta know
You're unforgettable

(Dean)
They say I've got eyes
But still there's so much to see
I couldn't even say goodbye
'Cause you would take it without even letting go
As crimson runs through my veins
It's your life
You're the energy

(Chorus)
And I want you to know you're who I wanna be
And I'll sing with everything I have inside me
You're always in my heart
There's no letting go
You gotta know...

(Instrumental)
(Both)
Just need to hear you speak
You'll run to my hands
There's nothing inbetween us
I know you're thinking of me
You'll be there if I reach...

(Both)
And I want you to know you're who I wanna be
And I'll sing with everything I have inside me
You're always in my heart
There's no letting go
You gotta know
You gotta know...

(Both)
And I want you to know you're who I wanna be
And I'll sing with everything I have inside me
You're always in my heart
There's no letting go
You gotta know
You're unforgettable
You're unforgettable
You're unforgettable


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Unforgettable (Neighbours Song) ft. Caitlin Stasey song meanings
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    General CommentLove this song so much! But some of the lyrics aren't right... for example, it's 'they say i've got your eyes, you still had so much to see' - referring to when people say 'oh, you've got your mother's eyes' or whatever, and the 'you still had so much to see' part makes me think that the person died young.
    On Neighbours, this song was supposed to be about Rachel's mother, who died.
    ILoveParamore96on April 10, 2010   Link

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