Walk into the Sea

Album: Call The Comet (2018)
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  • No man has suffered
    Rushing through my brain
    Rolling in my heart
    Swelling in the wind
    The blue has redemption
    The tide that never changed
    Breaking in my heart
    We are born again

    I'd climb in under skies so blue it yearns
    Hand over hand, carried all the memories
    And don't look down in fate or fame
    I tumble and glide into the white wide tide
    Whirling and whirling
    And let the slamming waves decide my fate
    Because hope is all I need

    And hope breaks on me
    And hope breaks on me
    And hope breaks on me
    And hope breaks on me
    The moon and the sun glow
    Take me down
    The moon and the sun glow
    Take me down Writer/s: James Doviak, Johnny Marr
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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