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Plumb In My Arms Lyrics

Last updated: 11/17/2010 10:00:00 AM

Your baby blues
So full of wonder
Your curly cues
Your contageous smile
And as I watch
You start to grow up
All I can do is hold you tight

Knowing clouds will rage
And storms will race in
But you will be safe in my arms
Rains will pour down
Waves will crash all around
But you will be safe in my arms

Story books full of fairy tales
Of kings and queens and the bluest skies
My heart is torn just in knowing
You'll someday see the truth from lies

Knowing clouds will rage
And storms will race in
But you will be safe in my arms
Rains will pour down
Waves will crash all around
But you will be safe in my arms

Castles they might crumble
Dreams may not come true
But you are never all alone
Because I will always
Always love you

Clouds will rage
And storms will race in
But you will be safe in my arms
Rains will pour down
Waves will crash all around
But you will be safe in my arms

Thanks to Damien for submitting In My Arms Lyrics.



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whatever ... | Reviewer: gina | 11/17/10

This is a beautiful song no matter the wording or the lyrics...the world is in complete chaos over B.S. and we can still sit here and argue over the tiniest imperfections.Wake up and get real,the only perfection is the LORD almighty!!!



Mistakes | Reviewer: Damien | 2/21/09

OK, so I messed up a few items, and it won't allow me to resubmit.

Need to change "contageous" to "contagious."

Need to change "knowing clouds will rage" in second chorus to "when the clouds will rage" and "clouds will rage" to "when the clouds will rage" in third chorus.

Need to add "in my arms" as last sentence.

Sorry!



First two lines of the chorus | Reviewer: Diane | 4/4/08

I've listened to this song about a million times and I believe the first two lines of the chorus are:

Clouds will rage on (not rage in)
Storms will race in

I could swear that is what she sings, and it also doesn't make a lot of sense lyrically to have both lines end in the same word? Just my 2c.

Thanks!



In My Arm by Plumb | Reviewer: Gary | 10/22/07

There is an incorrect entry on the song. It has "You'll see someday" and it should be "You'll someday see"