Claire Ulanoff

Claire Ulanoff

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Country - Contemporary | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 10,891   
Member Since: 2006
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940

Song Description

a man who's been left to raise his son alone and has never had that responsibility, trying his best

Story Behind the Song

inspired by the movie "Kramer v. Kramer"

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Lyrics

I KNOW WHERE LOVE IS
(Claire Ulanoff/Donna DeSopo/Brian Payne)



Sometimes it feels like I can?t breathe
When I think what?s ahead of me
A mom?s not what a dad?s supposed to be

Our little boy keeps asking why
I search for answers I can?t find
And try to hide the tears in my eyes

I don?t know how to fix his dinner or how to wash his clothes
I don?t know where my life is going but there?s one thing I know

I know where love is
Don?t have to look very far
I know where love is
I can find it in the dark
Behind the door marked ?Superman?
Asleep with Elmo in his hands
I know where love is

It ain?t easy to adjust
Make a life for the two of us
But he?s the reason I?m not giving up

?Cause when I hear him say ?hey, dad,
You?re the best friend I?ve ever had?
Man, there?s nothing better than that

So I won?t sweat the day-to-day stuff, I?ll keep learning as I go
I swear I?ll always be there for him, yeah that?s what matters most

(chorus)
I know where love is

Song Length
3:08
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Love for Child, Son


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Claire Ulanoff, Donna DeSopo, Brian Payne
Music Credits Brian Payne
Producer Credits Dave Smith
Performance Credits Dave Smith