Winning Arrow

Album: Birds (2005)
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  • There is a love
    There is a life that we share
    Hand in glove
    They won't separate us

    Climb once again
    Cast off your sorrows
    The long night will end
    Dance on the morning dew

    Casting a line to you
    Safe from a slinging arrow
    Think of the love we knew
    How it goes on

    Five days of love
    There is a scent in the air
    Above & beyond
    The one who named us

    Climb once again
    Cast off your sorrows
    The long night will end
    Won't get the best of you

    Casting a line to you
    Love is a winning arrow
    Fire it straight and true to wherever you are

    Casting a line to you
    Love is a winning arrow




    Writer/s: BIC BRIOLLETTE RUNGA
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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