Arrival In Nara

Album: This Is All Yours (2014)
  • As she submarines
    The rope loops 'round her feeble feet
    Before the dawn
    Breaks on her sorry grasp

    In a blink and in one motion
    Rope constricts
    Rips her towards the ocean

    She never finds her bearings
    Sucking splash into her lungs

    Ooh
    Ooh
    Ooh ooh
    Ooh ooh
    Though I cannot see
    I can hear her smile as she sings

    And though I cannot see
    I can hear her smile as she sings

    Oh ooh
    Ooh Writer/s: AUGUSTUS UNGER HAMILTON, JOE NEWMAN, THOMAS GREEN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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