Keep A Watch

Album: Ice On The Dune (2013)
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  • Wait, count the pots of gold
    Each and every one
    Practice, lay by light
    Shines each day and each night
    I would never income
    Oh whatever you do
    There's a hand and it's guiding you

    Yea, said
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you

    I want you looking forward
    I'll taste your lips and try
    No trouble, it's a terrible one
    And we should never part
    You never leave my side
    Each day we try
    Don't remember my hand is dying

    Yea, said
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you
    I'll keep on, Watching over you

    Over you

    Just keep on watching over you Writer/s: LUKE JAMES STEELE, NICHOLAS GEORGE LITTLEMORE, PETER BRUCE MAYES, STEVE BACH
    Publisher: BACH TO BACH MUSIC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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