Today

Album: Rattle That Lock (2015)
  • If you should wake and find me gone
    Keep safe this night and dwell upon
    Such murmurations, sun sunk deep
    Now close your eyes and go to sleep

    What a day it's been
    A day of shoot the breezes
    What a day it's been this time of year
    oh yes it is

    Just a day when the weight of the world slides away

    Feel that sun on your back
    See the shadows falling
    See me ? and choose it with a song
    Oh yeah

    If this should be my last day on earth I'll sing along

    New day, always
    Lets forget all the skies cast over the rain
    and the sqouring tempest of doubt
    Holding on clinging tight in the wreckage of love
    But today

    What a time to dream
    What a day of easy
    What a day it's been this time of year
    Oh yeah

    Just a day when the weight of the world slides away

    New day, always
    Evening starts a guitar in the smoke of the fire
    Light of gold in the garden of old
    I will take it all again if it came my way
    But today Writer/s: DAVID JON GILMOUR, POLLY ANNE SAMSON
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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