"Freedom" as written by Paloma Faith, Samuel Ronald Dixon and Alexander William Shuckburgh....
If you left me
How could I go on?
If you walked away from me baby
All the right would turn wrong
I've had too many heartaches
For my blistering hands
But I know your my calling to the promise land

You're the one who runs through my veins
Like a hurricane
You lift the hurt I've felt before
You and me could own this earth
Ditch the dust and dirt
Light up this city with our

Freedom
I fall to grace and into your arms
'Cause we got freedom
You've stolen the dark
And turned it to stars

So won't you stay here
Hold my hand for a while
Tell me you won't be leaving
Tell me you'll walk that mile
'Cause I've never felt like this
Darling you set me free
And I'll shout it from rooftops
I am you, you are me

You're the one who runs through my veins
Like a hurricane
You lift the hurt I've felt before
You and me could own this earth
Ditch the dust and dirt
Light up this city with our

Freedom
I fall to grace and into your arms
'Cause we got freedom
You've stolen the dark
And turned it to stars

I will never leave you stranded
Baby you're the one I need
You found me in the gutter
I was lost now I believe
But let me keep you
Say you'll stay and then you'll kiss me
And say it again

Freedom
I fall to grace and into your arms
'Cause we got freedom
You've stolen the dark
And turned it to stars

You give me freedom

I fall to grace and into your arms
'Cause we got freedom
You've stolen the dark
And turned it to stars

You give me freedom


Lyrics submitted by Pirates

"Freedom" as written by Bobby Dixon Dalton Anthony Browne

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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