"I Must be a Lover" as written by Fyfe Dangerfield Hutchins, Ricardo Pimental, Aristazabal Hawkes and Greg Stewart....
The storm is over
Chase the rain
And up on nowhere hill the sun is out again

I must be a lover
I must be a lover
The tangled beauty of the fight has fallen in my arms
It's begging for a light

Come find me
I must be a lover
I must be a lover

Oh sometimes I
I feel like dying
I feel like failing
Rather than trying

But oh no I'm not going back
I'm not going back
I'm not going back
I'm not going back
To the place those thoughts attack

So lift me high above the clouds
Where electricity is calling to the crowds
Of better lifetimes to discover
For all you jilted lovers

And if you're listening far away
Hold up your hands and let me know that you're okay
Oh life will be alright
It's just the past you're leaving

Oh I must be a lover
I must be a lover
Let it go, let it go, let it go
Get the memory
Let it go, let it go, let it go

We are standing on the shore
I'm sure, I'm sure
We are standing on the shore
Get the memory, get the memory
Let the memory out the door
Let it go
Get the memory
Let it go
Let the memory go

The light is changing colour
Come outside, be a lover

The storm is over


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