"This Is Where I Belong" as written by Ronan Keating, Evan A. Rogers and Carl Allen Sturken....
Everybody's so mixed up about love these days
And everybody's trying to work it out in different ways
I don't really need to know your aspirations
What I need from you babe
Is good conversation
To put my mind at ease

An old friend called the other day
And wasn't quite sure what to say
Didn't seem to know me anymore

And I said
Don't treat me like I'm someone new
I'm still the same one you used to talk to
But All I need from you friend
Is good conversation
Is good conversation
To put my mind at ease

Though it seems as if the world has come between us
And our lives don't look the same
Though in the past you have shared All my happiness
Will you be there to share the pain
Everyday I'm surrounded by
A million voices from the sky
And they All have the same thing to say
Now what I need is something new
Is it something you can do
To share in that kind
Of good conversation
Is good conversation
That puts my mind at ease
Puts my mind at ease
yeah baby
(All I need is)
(All I)
Whoa yeah
(All I)
(All I)
(All I need is)
Is it my imagination
(All I)
And can you see my frustration
(All I)
I don't need admiration
(All I)
But I'm trying to be patient
What I'm looking for
(All I)
Is good conversation
(All I)
(All I need is)
Is it my imagination
(All I)
Could it be my destination
(All I)
And what I'm looking for
(All I)
is good conversation
(All I need is)
And what I'm asking for
(All I)
is good conversation
(All I)
To put my mind at ease


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"This is Where I Belong" as written by Evan A. Rogers Carl Allen Sturken

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