Walk The Fleet Road

Album: In This Light and On This Evening (2009)
  • A winter wind blows in from the north
    Scratches your spine, cold like the forth
    But you're a long way from home
    Through the dark we tiptoe
    The hospital looms, as we walk fleet road

    Hold your tongue, swallow your venom
    You're too young, hold your tongue

    No push and no shove, spit your verbal mace
    Hate can turn to love not for this human race, oh

    Hold your tongue, swallow your venom
    You're too young, hold your tongue

    Hold your tongue
    (My heart)
    Swallow your venom
    (Will explode)

    You're too young
    (As we walk)
    Hold your tongue
    (The fleet road)

    A winter wind blows in from the north
    Scratches your spine, cold like the forth
    But you're a long way from home Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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