Stepson

Album: Holy Fire (2013)
  • Step out, aching stepson
    And you'll fall into the blue
    And you'll fall into the blue
    Oh, I'm coming down for you

    Step out, aching stepson
    And I'll lead you by the hand
    And we'll fall into the blue
    Oh, I'm coming down for you
    Oh, I'm coming down for you

    But I'm falling, deeper down I go
    And I'm falling, down the grounds beneath the road
    Now I'm falling, deeper down I go
    And I'm falling, deeper now I known
    And I'm falling, deeper down the shore
    And I'm falling, as the rocks way down below
    As the rocks way down below
    As the rocks way down below

    Step out, aching stepson
    And you'll fall into the blue
    And you'll fall into the blue
    Oh, I'm coming down for you

    Step out, aching stepson
    And I'll lead you by the hand
    And we'll fall into the blue
    Oh, I'm coming down for you
    Oh, I'm coming down for you
    Coming down for you
    Coming down for you
    Coming down for you
    Coming down for you Writer/s: JAMES SMITH, JACK BEVAN, WALTER GERVERS, YANNIS PHILIPPAKIS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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