UK Shanty

Album: Mozart's House (2013)
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  • January always brings a fear of creatures
    Strong-holdings and salt in places yet to heal
    Crying at the site of strings
    She was there when they came for you
    A great man and the child in you
    Enough when I take you far from here
    Enough to cut a morning view

    Strange how a sound could change your feelings
    Staring wide and dirty breathing
    I remember how a calling came in
    Scared of deceiving and all I could hear was "Run!"

    The fire, the fire

    January always brings a fear of creatures
    Strong-holdings and salt in places yet to heal
    Crying at the site of strings
    She was there when they came for you
    A great man and the child in you
    Enough when I take you far from here
    Enough to cut a morning view Writer/s: JACK PATTERSON
    Publisher: RALEIGH MUSIC PUBLISHING, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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