Album: Random Access Memories (2013)
  • Dream
    Beyond dreams
    Beyond life
    You will find your song
    Before sounds to be found

    Close your eyes and rise
    Higher still endless thrill
    To the lend of love beyond love
    Come alive and you'll find forever watching you alive

    You are the night you are the ocean
    You are the light behind the cloud
    You are the end and the beginning

    A world with time is not allowed
    There's no such thing as complication
    To find a way we'll lost control
    Remember love's our only mission
    This is the journey of the soul

    The perfect song is framed with silence
    It speaks of places never seen
    You hold your promise long forgotten
    It is the birthplace of your dreams Writer/s: Christopher Paul Caswell, Guy Manuel Homem Christo, Paul Hamilton Williams, Thomas Bangalter
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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