We're Alive

from by Sara Azriel

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We're Alive

It's such a fragile thing
Holding on to your hand
It's such a magic thing
Knowing that you understand

Painted all in black and white
I know the changing colors are inside me now
Breath you in to fill me up  
An animal I'm running just to hunt you down          

We're alive 
Reaching out to the sky
Feels so right 
Steppin closer to the beat of your heart 

It's such a fragile thing           
Breaking through your disguise
It's such a magic thing
Feeling someone open your eyes

Nothing is for certain, and
I know that I've been waiting such a long, long time
Took a while to notice
I'm gonna dance with you tonight

We're alive 
Reaching out to the sky
Feels so right 
Steppin closer to the beat of your heart 

Into my arms you swim
So close, I pull you in
I never thought I'd love again

We're alive 
Reaching out to the sky
Feels so right 
Steppin closer to the beat of your heart 

We're alive 
Reaching out to the sky
Feels so right 
Steppin closer to the beat of your heart 

Steppin closer,
Steppin closer to the beat of your heart 

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from Sara Azriel, released April 26, 2013
We're Alive
(S.Schaub, A.Bain)
Published by Honeydoll Music, ASCAP; Galactic Soul Music, BMI
Produced by Andrew 'Moon' Bain

Sara Azriel - Vocals
Andrew 'Moon' Bain - Guitars, synth, programming
Davy Nathan - Piano
Jordan Scanella - Bass
David Prout - Guitar solo
Maria Smith - Background vocals
Jahdan Blaakkamore - Background vocals

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"Romantically heavy and elusive as moonlight, Sara Azriel’s music defies boundaries, brightens the heart, and casts light on a young woman painfully in love with the world around her.” (Eric Smith, Providence Monthly)

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