"You Belong Here" as written by and Nathan Young Stephen Arnold....
You belong here.
You were meant for me.
You belong here.
You were meant to be with me.

You've got the better part of me.
Always have and always will
You've got the better part of me, oh.
And you know that I'm right.
And I know I'm asking too much.
And I know I'm taking control.
But, a heart that's not worth breaking,
Isn't worth much, not at all.
Isn't worth much at all.

You belong here.
You were meant for me.
You belong here.
You belong here with me.
You were meant to be with me.

You are the better part you'll see.
Always have and always will.
You'll be the better part of me, oh, for the rest of my life.
And I know I'm asking too much.
And I know I'm all control.
But, I'll give you all I have.
It isn't much, much at all.
I'm not much at all.

You belong here.
You were meant for me.
You belong here.
You belong here with me.
You belong here (You belong here with me)
You were meant to be with me.

But, I'll give you all I have.
It isn't much, not much at all.
But, a heart that's not worth breaking isn't worth much, not at all.

You belong here.
You were meant for me.
You belong here.
You belong here with me.
You belong here (You belong here with me)
You were meant to be with me.
(You belong here with me.)


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"You Belong Here" as written by Christian Edwin Mcalhaney Stephen Christian Arnold

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    Song MeaningStephen has reached that final point in writing love songs. The opposite of this song is "The Art Of War", and the companion is "Take Me (As You Found Me).

    I only say this because this song is mostly directed and written as if it were towards a relationship in the final stages of full acceptance or it's converse being full loss. In this case full acceptance because this is a person saying to his significant other "You were meant for me" and "You belong here with me" and no one else. It's a quite flattering song, but it truly is meant for a mature romance (and most definitely for a couple who are getting married).
    Honeyedon September 06, 2010   Link
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    Song Meaning"Isn’t this really what we all want? Just to know we are accepted without any hesitation? In order to receive we must first give, and we may not be much but when we give everything it may be all that someone has in this life." - Stephen Christian anberlinlyrics.tumblr.com
    Skoobasteve24on June 15, 2014   Link

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