Sunday

Album: Heathen (2002)
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  • Nothing remains
    We could run
    When the rain slows
    Look for the cars or signs of life
    Where the heat goes
    Look for the drifters
    We should crawl under the bracken
    Look for the shafts of light on the road
    Where the heat goes

    Everything has changed
    For in truth, it's the beginning of nothing
    And nothing has changed
    Everything has changed
    For in truth, it's the beginning of an end
    And nothing has changed
    And everything has changed

    In your fear
    Of what we have become
    Take to the fire
    Now we must burn
    All that we are
    Rise together
    Through these clouds
    As on wings

    In your fear, seek only peace
    In you fear, seek only love
    In your fear, seek only peace
    In you fear, seek only love
    In your fear, in your fear
    As on wings
    This is the trip
    And this is the business we take
    This is our number
    All my trials, Lord
    Will be remembered
    Everything has changed Writer/s: DAVID BOWIE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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