Zebras and Airplanes

Album: Not Released On An Album (2014)
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  • Have you ever wanted to fly?
    Have you ever wanted to run away?
    Have you ever closed your eyes, seen a vision and it took you away
    Wonder why in my dreams lookin' up the sky is so blue
    In the jungle I'm feelin so free where dreams do come true

    So come on, let's fly away
    Like zebras and airplanes
    Runnin' so free through the night
    Fire through the sky away
    Like zebras and airplanes

    Have you ever wanted to gallop through the wind where water meets the sand?
    If you ever wanna feel like this then come take my hand
    Through the paint on the canvas and it cover up your emotion
    Now's the time, take a chance, make a wish, let your fantasy begin

    Come on, let's fly away
    Like zebras and airplanes
    Runnin' so free through the night
    Fire through the sky away
    Like zebras and airplanes

    What do zebras and airplanes mean?
    They say zebras running free through the night
    Airplanes fly high through the sky
    And that can be you and I

    Come on, let's fly away
    Like zebras and airplanes
    Runnin' so free through the night
    Fire through the sky away
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