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Album: Holy Fire (2013)
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  • Calling out your name (name, name, name)

    Oh, I hope that you are somebody
    Someone I could count
    To pull me to my feet again
    When I was in doubt

    Oh now Mama, do you hear me?
    I'm calling out your name
    Oh now Mama, do you hear me?
    Calling out your name
    Calling out your name

    Now I'm the last cowboy in this town
    Empty veins and my plastic broken crown

    They said I swam the sea that ran around
    They said I once was lost but now I'm truly found

    And I know the place another way
    I feel, I feel no shame
    Oh now Mama, do you hear my fear?
    It's coming after me
    I'm calling out your name
    I'm calling out your name

    And I know the place another way
    I feel, I feel no shame
    Oh now Mama, do you hear my fear?
    It's coming after me

    I'm calling out your name Writer/s: JACK WILLIAM BEVAN, JAMES ANDREW SMITH, WALTER JAMES MORRISON GERVERS, YANNIS BARNABAS EMANUEL PHILIPPAKIS
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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