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What is the song with lyrics "suddenly your feet are on the ground, you see your eyes are open, you find that you've been found..."?

Continued "...you laugh but you're not joking". Song has male and female vocals.

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I searched but there is nothing that even comes close to your lyrics -- I even tried with just partial lyrics.

Where did you hear it? Check your lyrics again and if you have a clip, maybe you can post link to it.

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I heard it this morning on a low-key radio station. I wrote the lyrics down so they would be accurate in a google search but I can't find it anywhere on the net!! I really liked the song too...
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I couldn't find any lyrics even remotely close. I would go in the radio station's website and see if they have a playlist. Usually you will enter the day and approximate time and it will show what was played. The other option would be to email them with the same info. Good luck.
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map epp and the amorian assembly - when you know ft serena ryder. I called the radio station LOL
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Put the lyrics in a google search and it will tell you

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Lyrster.com

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have you find it yet? Ive heard it also yesterday and cant find it..the radio says the band was something lilke the ammorian ryder,,,but i cant find nothing...

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Matt Epp and the Amorian Assembly - When You Know feat. Serena Ryder
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thanks I really appreciated that,,now I need to find the guitar chord for the song,,seems impossible apparently lol
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Matt Epp & the Amorian Assembly, featuring Serena Ryder, "When You Know".
It's a wonderful song.

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