When I look at you
Baby I'm amazed
After what we've been through
All that I can say is
There's no perfect plan
And no finish line
We just learn to fall
And get back up inside

Didn't think we'd make it
So glad we didn't break up
Now we're good together
And stronger than before

It's not complicated
And I wanna celebrate it
'Cause it feels like the first time
When you walked into the room and
I can't believe we made it
When all around us love was faded
When you look into my eyes
It feels like the First Time again

We stood out on the bridge
And everywhere in between
Pushed it to the edge
You never lost your faith
You proved that we were strong
And I'm glad you did
This is something that
I can't believe I could have missed

We don't have to try hard
Now that we've come this far
We're good together
And on the other side of this

It's not complicated
And I wanna celebrate it
'Cause it feels like the first time
When you walked into the room and
I can't believe we made it
When all around us love was faded
When you look into my eyes
It feels like the first time again

You want to know but now
I'll do it all again
If they would leave me too
All that I have is you
Oh dooo dooo dooo dooo dooo dooo

Didn't think we'd make it
So glad we didn't break up
Now we're good together
And stronger than before

It's not complicated
And I wanna celebrate it
'Cause it feels like the first time
When you walked into the room and
I can't believe we made it
When all around us love was faded
When you look into my eyes
It feels like the first time again


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First Time Lyrics as written by Guy Erez Emerson Lee Swinford

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