Horses

Album: Local Honey (2020)
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  • One day I believe that we'll be carried away by pretty horses.
    And the night will open wide and we'll stretch our arms and float out in her river.
    And your life would be my light.

    And in our love we find forgiveness.
    In our fear we learn to see.
    In my chains I saw us running,
    Free as all the pretty horses in my dreams.

    Maybe it was planned when the angels spoke your name into existence.
    That our hearts would be entwined.
    And only time and life and a little distance
    Until I could be with you.

    And in our love we find forgiveness.
    In our fear we learn to see.
    In my chains I saw us running,
    Free as all the pretty horses in my dreams.

    And in this life change comes slowly.
    But there is time to be redeemed.
    And any lie you told can be forgiven.
    If you love enough to believe.
    If you love enough to believe.

    And we don't mind the weight we carry.
    We don't talk about no wasted years.
    And I'll be right here to lean on if the living gets too heavy.
    And the darkness comes a snappin' at your heels.

    And we don't mind the weight we carry.
    We don't talk about no wasted years.
    And I'll come running fast as lightning if the living gets too heavy.
    Just like all the pretty horses in our dreams. Writer/s: BRIAN FALLON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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