Little Bird

Album: Seventh Tree (2008)
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  • She's like a little bird
    She flies from a to b
    To see what she can see
    She's far away from me

    We danced down the mall
    We danced by the sea
    The land of blue gold
    Is where we were freed

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    Where we were freed
    Where we were freed

    The shiny blackest crow
    Flew out to sail along
    Though much to her surprise
    He had two mouths for eyes

    She understood his words
    The crow's feathery pleads
    He gave to her his wings
    And now she is free

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    Now we are free
    Now we are free

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    July-ly-ly Writer/s: ALISON ELIZABETH GOLDFRAPP, WILLIAM OWEN GREGORY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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