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Leap of faith - Hale


Another day, another normal day
And this is my headstart
Stuck for an hour
Gone by the minute
I thought I saw a spark

A leap of faith so unexpectedly
I never saw you coming

I'll be going home, home
And I'll see you soon
Go, nice to know you
When will I see you again

Is this our fate
Where do we go from here
It's hard to fall apart
I'll take my chances
And try to make it happen
I'll let you keep my heart

A leap of faith so unmistakable
And this where we'll start

I'll be going home, home
And I'll see you soon
Go, nice to know you
When will I see you

A leap of faith so unmistakable
And this where we'll start

I'll be going home, home
And I'll see you soon
Go, nice to know you
When will I see you

Submitted: Friday, October 11, 2013

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