Birds Of A Feather

Album: We Will Meet In A Hurricane (2022)
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  • When we get older,
    I'll be your shoulder
    Tether together,
    Birds of a feather

    Hard days will roll
    Hard days will go
    No matter the weather
    Birds of a feather

    My friend it's been a long time
    Since we hung out on the phone line
    We are birds on the high wire
    Supersonic amplifiers

    Straight as the crow flies
    I know if you're doing allright
    So don't tell me blind lies
    Cause it don't rain in blue skies

    CHORUS

    Through the years of stormy weather
    Weren't we birds of a feather
    We fall apart to come together
    When our world comes under pressure

    Straight as the crow flies
    I know if you're doing allright
    So don't tell me blind lies
    Cause it don't rain in blue skies

    CHORUS Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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