Dream Again

Album: Tonight: Franz Ferdinand (2009)
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  • Don't be afraid if you hear voices
    Or feel the sweet air spoken upon you

    Sometimes the sound of a thousand whispering words
    Of hope will reassure
    Show me the future

    Will see us joined together
    If the oceans fled or the mountains sigh
    Then I will keep on dreaming

    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again

    Don't be afraid if you're descending the deepest despair
    Without a handrail to guide you
    Sometimes the sound of a thousand whispering words
    Can confuse

    But when you're sleeping
    They shift and slide together
    Bring meaning to the canyon's cry

    Oh, I...I keep on dreaming

    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again

    Sometimes the sound of a thousand whispers
    Are where you live a little fear
    But feel the future

    Well I feel us dream together
    I feel no fear, I feel no fire
    Oh, I...I keep on dreaming

    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream again
    I live to dream Writer/s: ALEXANDER PAUL KAPRANOS HUNTLEY, NICHOLAS JOHN MCCARTHY, PAUL ROBERT THOMPSON, ROBERT HARDY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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