"Paradise" as written by Amerie Mi Marie Rogers, Kenneth Michael Burke, James Todd Smith, Samuel J. Barnes, Jean Claude Olivier, Allan Wayne Felder, Curtis James Jackson and Norma Jean Wright....
Whoa!
Alright!
Far from the fantasy or the portraits we envision
Above all adversity, beyond imagination
There's a place prepared for you and me
In a kingdom for the pure
It's all been paid, you can make the grade
You can take the royal tour

Don't be the one that won't believe me
(Won't believe me)
Let's all get sanctified,
And make the reservation for

(Paradise)
A permanent place for the pure in heart
(Paradise)
It's heaven to me, no better place to be than
(Paradise)
My favorite choice for a relocation
(Paradise)
Gotta believe, no other place I'd rather be
(Paradise)

God made the sacrifice and an open invitation
Good news and strong advice in a written revelation
To believe his son has died for you
To believe he rose again
We'll close the case for a saving grace
And eternity with him

Don't be that one that won't believe me
(Won't believe)
Let's all get sanctified, and make the reservation for

(Paradise)
A permanent place for the pure in heart
(Paradise)
It's heaven to me, no better place to be than
(Paradise)
My favorite choice for a relocation
(Paradise)
Gotta believe, no other place to be, yeah
(Paradise)

Don't be the one that won't believe
Alright
(Paradise)
A permanent place for the pure in heart
(Paradise)
It's heaven to me, no better place to be
(Paradise)
My favorite choice for a relocation
(Paradise)
Gotta believe me, no other place to be
(Paradise)
Than Paradise
(Paradise)
Oh, it's Heaven for me
(Paradise)
A permanent place for the pure in heart
(Paradise)
It's Hea


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"Paradise" as written by Snoh Nowrozi Ernest Wilson

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