Below The Line

Album: All That Echoes (2013)
  • Big world
    Please do not swallow us up
    Please do not blind our eyes
    With ocean blue

    Young girl
    She's got time left to grow up
    See the light of hope in her eyes
    She gives to you

    And now I know
    Just what we're fighting for
    How long to go
    Until we ask for more

    And we all might find ourselves
    Living below the line
    Still living below
    The line

    One word
    Strong as the beating of drums
    Loud as the voice inside
    It's more than enough

    Fire
    Under a burning red sun
    Wake up the harmless sky
    Show some love

    And now I know
    Just what we're fighting for
    How long to go
    Until we ask for more

    And we all might find ourselves
    Living below the line
    Still living below
    The line

    Oh oh
    And when I stopped to feel, the night began to fall
    Oh oh
    And in the silence here, the heart of it all
    Oh oh
    Sometimes it's hard to find a way to rise above
    Oh oh
    But now we find our self and know

    Just what we're fighting for
    How long to go
    Until we ask for more

    Now we all might find ourselves
    Living below the line
    We're all living below
    The line
    We're living below the line
    We're all living below
    The line Writer/s: TAWGS SALTER, JOSH GROBAN, SIMON WILCOX
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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