Yeah
I am home now, home now
I've been waiting for forever to find you, to find you
I'm not alone now, alone now
Cause you've taken in my heart from the cold
All I know is every time I look into your eyes I'm home, I know

You're where I belong
I belong with you
You're where I belong
And I know it's the truth
You're part of my heart
There's nothing I can do
Oh you're the one who keeps me warm
My baby you're where I belong

You're my first taste, first taste
Of the sweetest feeling I've ever known, that I've known
You're my safe place, my safe place
From a world that can be so cruel and cold
You're my harbor, you're my shelter, you're that welcome smile
That lets me know I'm home

You're where I belong
I belong with you
You're where I belong
And I know it's the truth
You're part of my heart
There's nothing I can do
Oh you're the one who keeps me warm
My baby you're where I belong

You're the one I come too, yeah
To keep me from the cold

You're where I belong
I belong with you
You're where I belong
And I know it's the truth
You're part of my heart
There's nothing I can do
Oh you're the one who keeps me warm
My baby you're where I belong

(You're where I belong, you're my only home)
You're where I belong
(You're where I belong)
(You're where I belong, you're my only home)
You're where I belong
(You're where I belong)
(You're where I belong, you're my only home)
You're where I belong
I am home now, home now


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You're Where I Belong Lyrics as written by Diane Eve Warren

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    Such an amazing song!

    ZebraLoveron April 13, 2013   Link

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