Solidarity

Album: Common Dreads (2009)
  • Here tonight I clock a thousand heads
    Here to unite, through common dreads
    Now who's with me?
    Now who's with me?

    Something trips inside
    That's been dormant for a thousand years
    Now we can no longer hide
    The immediacy of these fears

    Our names will not be writ on water
    And we don't need an ark
    One day I know the dam will collapse
    And we will be the current
    Yes, what have you got for me?

    And now the flood gates will open
    Strike
    You cannot open the door
    You cannot open the door

    We will sing as one in solidarity
    We will swim together
    No longer treading water
    We're flowing with the tide

    And you can taste the night
    Don't waste the night
    We will sing as one in solidarity
    We will sing together

    And still we will be here
    Standing like statues
    The time is now, belt it brothers

    We will sing as one in solidarity
    We will sing together
    We will sing as one in solidarity
    We will sing together

    We will sing as one in solidarity
    We will sing together
    We will sing as one in solidarity
    We will sing together Writer/s: CHRIS BATTEN, LIAM RORY CLEWLOW, ROBERT ROLFE, ROUGHTON REYNOLDS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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