Aeroplane

Album: Quiet Signs (2019)
  • Reflection of your memory in the window
    And beneath the plane, city lights are a-twinklin'
    And you wear them for a crown, over the neon, how
    Soft, my morning comes, oh, when they lose their glow

    Oh yes, and I don't wanna touch down
    Treasures luminous and divine
    Savior's light, oh

    You know I couldn't break or wait it through
    And the roses that you came with sure did have a thorn or two
    But still this blood runs blue, cut it red and loose for you
    Fast our northern star, paler then out of view

    Oh yes, and I don't wanna touch down
    Treasures luminous and divine
    Savior's light, oh

    Fate must be on my side
    There's something close behind
    Far away, I see myself
    And it's come today, but tomorrow may turn me out
    Oh, ooh, oh Writer/s: Jessica Pratt
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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