VERSE
I fell in love with this beautiful girl
and well you know she fell in love with me
and so the two of we, we took it one wtep further
put some action into history

all of this is beautiful
but there is one thing (one thing)
that comes back around to haunt me (haunt me)
I used to have a family

but I am the kid who will overcome
I will I will I will die to fear
live for love, die to fear

CHORUS
and so we move
move on this love
and so we move
move on this love
and let this love
let this love move in us

(repeat verse)

you and I will overcome
having been changed
been changed by our father
forevermore
cause we are the kids to counteract
we will we will we will
die to fear
live for love, die to fear

CHORUS

you can't you can't you can't stop this
move on this
you can't you can't you can't stop this
move on this
you can't you can't you can't....
move on this

CHORUS


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    This is simply a love song that Dave (the singer) wrote about his wifey!

    PAXgAl217on March 28, 2003   Link

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