Album: Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm (2011)
  • Take me to the docks, there's a ship without a name there
    And it is sailing to the middle of the sea
    The water there is deeper than anything you've ever seen
    Jump right in and swim until you're free

    I will remember your face
    'Cause I am still in love with that place
    But when the stars are the only things we share
    Will you be there?

    Money came like rain to your hands while you were waiting
    For that cold long promise to appear
    People in the churches started singing above their hands
    They say, "My God is a good God and He cares"

    I will remember your face
    'Cause I am still in love with that place
    When the stars are the only things we share
    Will you be there?

    I've got a plan, I've got an atlas in my hands
    I'm gonna turn when I listen to the lessons I've learned
    I've got a plan, I've got an atlas in my hands
    I'm gonna turn (when I listen to the lessons I've learned)

    I will remember your face
    'Cause I am still in love with that place
    When the stars are the only things we share
    Will you be there? Writer/s: Benjamin Leftwich
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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