"You Are My Joy" as written by Gary Lightbody, Jonathan Graham Quinn, Michael John Cooke, Bobby Kildea, Iain Denis Archer, William Angus Campbell, Charles Clark, Ben Dumville, Colin Mcpherson, Neil Payne, Jennifer Reeve, Gareth Martin...
I won't leave you
Out of my will
But I will leave you out
Of my mind, for now

I won't be there to break
Your sweet heart
But not being there
Might break your sweet heart

You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy

You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy

If I could cradle you
Into my arms
I would cradle you
Tight in my arms, always

So don't be scared
Of all the hurtful words
'Cause in the end
They'll hurt themselves much more

You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy

You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy

You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy

You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy

You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy

You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy
You are my joy




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"You Are My Joy" as written by Michael Cooke Richard Colburn

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    General CommentThis is actually a song by "the reindeer section". but snow patrol have covered it live.

    Its awesome, and self-explanatory.

    Oh, and check the section out, they're awesome.
    young_jableson December 28, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe reason snow patrol covered it is because The Reindeer Section is a supergroup partially formed by Gary Lightbody... Lead of Snow patrol

    But yes, they are also amazing!
    greatone1987on February 08, 2009   Link
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    General Commentto me this sounds like a father speaking of his joy at a newborn baby :)
    georjefreeon November 26, 2009   Link

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