The Voyager

Album: The Voyager (2014)
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  • By the time I got your letter, I had lost my mind
    I was tripping
    "When you getting better?"
    It's a jagged line
    Nothing lasts forever when you travel time
    I've been sippin' that Kool-Aid at the cosmos

    'Cause the voyager's in every boy and girl
    If you wanna get to heaven get out of this world
    The voyager's in every boy and girl

    When it finally hit me I did not cry
    'Cause I was at the 7-Eleven flippin' through The New York Times
    I saw it printed in black and white
    The voyager goes up in smoke

    The voyager's in every boy and girl
    If you wanna get to heaven, get out of this world
    You're the voyager
    You're the voyager

    You scared me straight
    Right into your arms
    Ah-oh
    Ah-oh-oh
    Ah-oh
    Ah-oh-oh
    Ah-oh

    The voyager's in every boy and girl
    If you wanna get to heaven, get out of this world
    You're the voyager
    You're the voyager
    You're the voyager
    I'm the voyager Writer/s: Jenny Lewis
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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