"Moving On" as written by Stephen Garrigan, Mark Prendergast and Vincent May....
I met you on the corner of the street
I smiled before I even heard you speak
I can accept we’re growing older but I guess that's just the way it has to be
I wondered how you still remembered me
I heard you settled down and that you married happily
Oh, do you remember when I told you that I'd love you to the bottom of the sea?
Yeah I know, I know it's over but I guess that's just the way it has to be

Some time in the future maybe we can get together
Maybe share a drink and talk awhile
And reminisce about the days when we were still together
Maybe somewhere further down the line
And I will meet you there
Some time in the future we can share our stories
When we won't care about all of our mistakes
Our failures, and our glories
But until that day comes along I'll keep on moving on
I’ll keep on moving on

It's funny how but it still bothers me
I know it's been so long but I did not expect to see oh how beautiful you are
I guess that all that time apart has done you well
But hey I wish you all the best and maybe someday we might even meet again

Yeah, sometime in the future maybe we can get together
Maybe share a drink and talk awhile
And reminisce about the days when we were still together
Maybe some day further down the line
And I will meet you there
Some time in the future we can share our stories
When we won't care about all of our mistakes
Our failures, and our glories
But until that day comes along
Until that day comes along
Until that day comes along
I'll keep on moving on
I’ll keep on moving on
I'll keep on moving on


Lyrics submitted by Abbie96

"Moving On" as written by Stephen Joseph Garrigan Jason Matthew Boland

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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