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Brooke Fraser

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Indelible

Walk along here, feel you move somewhere in front of me
I can’t place you with these eyes for the doubt
I can’t see

How could someone so beautiful
Feel something for me?
Hold me and love me and touch me again
And show me why I believe

That the first time I see your face
Everything else around me will fade to the background
And I’ll be struck, full, by the truth in your gaze
As you work an indelible change in me

All I have and all I am and all I think and do
Can find its purpose and meaning and life only in you

How could someone so beautiful
Feel anything for me?
Won’t you hold me and love me and touch me again
And show me why I believe

That the first time I see your face
Everything else around me will fade to the background
And I’ll be struck, full, by the truth in your gaze
As you work an indelible change

For the first time I see your face
Everything else around me will fade to the background
And I’ll be struck, full, by the truth in your gaze
As you work an indelible change in me
An indelible change in me
An indelible change in me

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