"Liberation" as written by Neil Tennant and Christopher Lowe....
Take my hand,
I've changed my mind again
Really, I believed it true
That all who fell in love were foolish
But I was wrong,
I've learned that lesson well
All the way back home at midnight
You were sleeping on my shoulder

Take my hand,
Don't think of obligations
Now, right now,
Your love is liberation

To free in me
The trust, I never dared
I always thought the risk too great
But suddenly, I don't hesitate, so

Take my hand,
Don't think of complications
Now, right now,
Your love is liberation
Liberation

Ta ra ra ra ra ra
Ta ra ra ra ra ra

The night, the stars
Our light shone through the dark
All the way back home at midnight
You were sleeping on my shoulder

Take my hand,
Don't think of hesitation
Now, right now,
Your love is liberation
Liberation

Ta ra ra ra ra ra
Ta ra ra ra ra ra

Ta ra ra ra ra ra

Back home at midnight
All the way back home at midnight



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"Liberation" as written by Neil Tennant Christopher Lowe

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    General CommentOk, so I know this song is probably one of the most direct ever. But I love it. It's just a very straightforward and exuberant expression of what it feels like when you let your guard down and admit your love to someone who loves you despite your flawa. Anyone who's ever been the hold out on a relationship that just fit, and then experienced the relief when they let go of their fears can relate to this song.

    That feeling is liberation, and it feels wonderful.

    I think it's great that someone wrote a song about it.
    whitewolfbcon August 24, 2011   Link

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