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I'm Not Running Anymore Lyrics

"I'm Not Running Anymore" was written by Jason Campsall, Robert Dennis Carr.
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A young mans dreams
Wild as a mountain stream
Rush all to the sea
Well I was restless and I was reckless
Trying to stay free

I swore that no one would hold me very long
But in your arms I found the place where I belonged

Now I'm not running anymore
No more chasing down the sun
The moment I looked in your eyes I knew you were the one
Oh your velvet chains have taken my heart for sure
And baby it's a sweet surrender
I'm not running anymore

The clouds rolled by
In the blue summer sky
And I watched them disappear
Cause I'm satisfied and finally life is right
Well you make it all so clear
If you hadn't saved me I would still be on my own
And not knowing where I'm going just rambling on and on

But I'm not running anymore
No more chasing down the sun
The moment I looked in your eyes I knew you were the one
Oh your velvet chains have taken my heart for sure
And baby it's a sweet surrender
I'm not running anymore

Till you helped me I was never any free
Wrapped here in your love is right where I want to be

No I'm not running anymore
No more chasing down the sun
The moment I looked in your eyes I knew you were the one
Oh your velvet chains have taken my heart for sure
And baby it's a sweet surrender
I'm not running anymore

I'm not running anymore

[Thanks to Jessica for lyrics]

Songwriters
JASON CAMPSALL, ROBERT DENNIS CARR

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Lyrics © PURPLE CAPE MUSIC OBO MARQUETTE AVENUE MUSIC

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