Miles

Album: Weathered (2014)
  • I found myself counting dreams to sleep again

    I fear and hope that my heart will be exposed
    Oh I'm so close it feels so far
    It's such a part, such a part, such a part of who we are

    I'm miles from what's in front of me
    (I'm miles from what's in front of me)
    Feels like I'm chasing the road beneath my feet
    (I'm miles away)

    Once in love, right now I feel I've lost it all
    To someone else's painted world
    It's such a part, such a part, such a part of who we are

    I'm miles from what's in front of me
    (I'm miles from what's in front of me)
    Feels like I'm chasing the road beneath my feet
    (I'm miles away)

    From where I stand it's so out of my reach
    I'm miles from what's in front of me...
    But I'm running for it
    Until I can't catch my breath
    Oh but I'm running for it
    Until I can't catch my breath
    But I'm running for it
    I'm running for it

    I'm miles from what's in front of me
    (I'm miles from what's in front of me)
    Feels like I'm chasing the road beneath my feet
    (I'm miles away)

    I'm miles from what's in front of me
    (I'm miles from what's in front of me)
    Feels like I'm chasing the road beneath my feet
    (I'm miles away)

    Miles from what's in front of me Writer/s: ANGELA KRISTINE MILLER, DAVID JAMES WILLIAMS, KEVIN DEMONT WILLIAM
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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