I dont know how many times we walked the streets
talking for ages about the people we're gonna be
we've been waiting for a change
but I dont mind if you dont change baby
though it might seem crazy but I'm happy with u this way

and dont u know that ur a part of my heart and
these emotions that i've got from the start
are still with me babe
And I'm trippin' up over my words to say

No one ever told me love could be this sweet,
breathin' easy, breathin' easy
it's time that we should be giving in
no one ever told me love could be so sweet
breathin' easy, breathin' easy

we talk about the places that we intend to be
but if we were there,
would you be you and baby would I be me
I dont wanna be somewhere
and realize this feeling's gone
I'm lost in these tenses,
confusing my senses
tomorrow is taking too long

and dont u know that ur a part of my heart and
these emotions that i've got from the start
are still with me babe
And I'm trippin' up over words to say

No one ever told me love could be this sweet,
breathin' easy, breathin' easy
it's time that we should be giving in
no one ever told me love could be so sweet
breathin' easy, breathin' easy

if i was a little wiser maybe
I wouldn't leave this road cuz
I've been out of this moment too long,
I gotta find my way home

No one ever told me love could be this sweet,
breathin' easy, breathin' easy
it's time that we should be giving in
no one ever told me love could be so sweet
breathin' easy, breathin' easy x2


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Breathe Easy Lyrics as written by Keisha Buchanan Mutya Buena

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    This whole song is basically self explanatory, but I love it so much. It basically could be written about me and my boyfriend. We've walk around hand in hand in the streets hundreds of times talking sbout who we're going to be. 'We've been waiting for a change, but I don't mind if you don't change baby etc' when he was quite depressed he said he'd change and try and be happier for me until I finally said I loved him for ho he was

    I know I'm babbling now lol but this song means a lot to me.

    Leanne63on March 09, 2005   Link
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    Beautiful song. Fantastic atmosphere. I can't get enough of it.

    Tyler2004durdenon December 15, 2005   Link
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    I used to listen to this song over and over every day. Amazing to be in love isnt it? This always reminds me of the boy I should have married. It brings back all the feelings I had for him - reminds me of what it was like to be young. I'm pretty sure that's what you're meant to think when you listen to it.

    Rockin_Jennon August 21, 2006   Link

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