Falling From The Sky

Album: Edge of the Sun (2015)
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  • Well, I dreamt you were playing
    An old guitar from a five-and-dime
    There was a song trapped inside
    With the sweetest tune
    You said it was sad to sing

    Where do you fall when you have nowhere to go?
    Where do you go where you have no one to see?
    What do you see when you have nothing to feel?
    What do you feel when you're all alone?

    It's a song that circles round and around
    Like a bird lost inside a cloud
    Cut off from the stars and they're guided in the light
    Not sure which way is up or down anymore

    Where do you fall when you have nowhere to go?
    Where do you go where you have no one to see?
    What do you see when you have nothing to feel?
    What do you feel when you're all alone?

    Tired of waiting
    Clouds will be breaking
    Soon you'll escape and
    Someday we'll find a place in the sky Writer/s: JOHN BURNS, JOSEPH G BURNS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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