"Brand New Year" as written by Richard Marx and Kristyn Osborn....
My revolution
Welcome to my revolution
My revolution, my revolution, my revolution, my revolution
My revolution
Yeah, yeah, yeah

Learning to turn the outside inside out (inside outside inside out)
Having the courage to find what life is all about
Loving so purely can surely melt a frozen heart
Knowing sometimes all over's
The perfect place to start

Welcome to my revolution
Lucky you lucky me
The way we were meant to be
This is my one resolution and I make it with no fear
To live, to love, today
Cause it's a brand new year

Seeing the world through rose colored eyes
Mmm, Yeah this is my one big chance and I'm gonna take it twice
With the past down below, I know love lifted me up here
So I'll take a breath, kiss the sky, toll the bell
Cause it's a brand new year

Welcome to my revolution
Lucky you, lucky me
The way we were meant to be
This is my one revolution and I make it with no fear
To live, to love, today
Cause it's a brand new year

Resiliently reclaiming me
Refining my recovery
Untwist my fate, unlock the gate
Let's make a little noise
Cause it's a brand new year
Woah, welcome to my revolution

Welcome to my revolution, baby, yeah
Lucky you, lucky me
The way we were meant to be
This is my one revolution
And I make it with no fear
It's never been so clear
Second chance is what got me here
To live, to love, today
Cause it's a brand new year

Lucky you, lucky me
Cause it's a brand new year
Oh, oh, lucky you, lucky me
Cause it's a brand new year
Welcome to my revolution
Lucky you, lucky me, yeah, yeah
Welcome to my revolution
Lucky you, lucky me, yeah, yeah
Welcome to my revolution


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"Brand New Year (My Revolution)" as written by Richard Marx Kristyn Osborn

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