Uh-uh-uh-uh, uh-uh
Uh-uh-uh-uh, uh

All the things you said to me today
Changed my perspective in every way
These things count to mean so much to me
Into my faith you and your baby

It's out there, it's out there
It's out there, if you want me I'll be here
It's out there, it's out there
It's out there, if you want me I'll be here

I'll be dreaming my dreams with you
I'll be dreaming my dreams with you
And there's no other place that I'd lay down my face
I'll be dreaming my dreams with you

It's out there, it's out there
It's out there, if you want me I'll be here
It's out there, it's out there
It's out there, if you want me I'll be here

I'll be dreaming my dreams with you
I'll be dreaming my dreams with you
And there's no other place that I'd lay down my face
I'll be dreaming my dreams with you

Dreaming my dreams with you
I'll be dreaming my dreams with you
And there's no other place that I'd lay down my face
I'll be dreaming my dreams with you

Uh-uh-uh-uh, uh-uh
Uh-uh-uh-uh, uh


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