Blue Pastures

  • Blue pastures fade away
    Green rivers in silver light
    I'm walking to the sound of distant bells
    So peaceful I don't know who I am
    And just when I think its clear
    It turns all grey again
    And I wonder who will find me in the snow
    And just when I thought I was free
    I got pulled in again
    Once you're in, you're in
    Blue pastures calling home
    I'm Walking but I can't stand anymore
    Hear voices, can't tell near or far
    Weird voices lay me down
    And I don't see why I'm obliged
    To just carry on
    When everything I touch
    Turns out wrong
    And I feel I've committed some crime
    But I don't know what I've done
    One day life just wins
    One day life just wins
    Still breathing
    But I'm tired and I want to go home
    Still breathing
    But I'm not sure anymore
    Still breathing
    But it doesn't really matter if I fade away
    Fall into sleep
    Fall into sleep
    Writer/s: JAMES GLENNIE, LAWRENCE GOTT, TIMOTHY BOOTH
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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