"All I Need" as written by and Timothy David Foreman Jonathan Mark Foreman....
Sometimes I feel so small, yeah
Like a picture on your wall, yeah
Like I'm hanging on just to fall, yeah
No matter how I try
So love sing to me gentle
That I'm more than just accidental
More than just inconsequential
Burning out tonight

All I need is the air I breathe
The time we share and the ground beneath my feet
All I need is the love that I believe in
Tell me love, do you believe in me?

There's a place down by the ocean
Where I take my mixed emotions
When my soul's rocked by explosions
Of these tired times (Tired times)
Where love sings to me slowly
Even when I feel low and lonely
Even when the road feels like
The only friend of mine

All I need is the air I breathe
The time we share and the ground beneath my feet
All I need is the love that I believe in
Tell me love, do you believe in me?

Oh-oh-ohh, oh-oh-ohh
Oh-oh-ohhh, oh-oh-ohh

One light, one goal
One feeling in my soul
One fight, one hope
One twisting rope
I'm ready to run where the ocean meets the sky

Where all I need is the air I breathe
The time we share and the ground beneath my feet
All I need is the love that I believe in
Tell me love, do you believe in me?
All I need is the air I breathe
The time we share and the ground beneath my feet
All I need is the love that I believe in
Tell me love, do you believe in me?

Tell me love, 'cause you're all I need


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"All I Need" as written by Timothy David Foreman Jonathan Mark Foreman

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    General Comment"Not every day is filled with hope. On my darker days, I read about the latest atrocity and I have a hard time believing in goodness. But then I look up at the stars or into my infant sons eyes, and I'm reminded of a much larger story than myself. I'm reminded of how small I am, and how even my own perspective is limited. I laugh out-loud, as a thought comes into my head: What I believe about my Creator (wrong or right) means infinitely less than what my Creator thinks of me. In this perspective, the meaning no longer hangs on the question: 'Do I believe in a God of love?' The question is this: 'Tell me love do you believe in me?'" -- Jon Foreman
    Aby006on December 06, 2019   Link

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