Sea Fog

Album: Strangeland (2012)
  • The sun gleams in
    Hear the magpies sing for sorrow
    It makes things better
    Maybe we'll get to spread
    Our wings tomorrow
    If luck will let us
    Can anyone fly into these grey skies?
    Is there somewhere I'm meant to be

    Sea fog comes like a river
    Rolls a stone it's rolling me

    I missed my turn
    In the dark I hear your voice
    It makes things easy
    I’ve strayed too far from the road
    Where she could always make things easy
    And I won't fight through the rising tide
    If that’s the way it has to be

    Sea fog comes like a river
    Rolls a stone it's rolling me
    Sea fog comes like a river
    Rolls a stone it's rolling me

    Sea fog rolling
    Sea fog rolling
    Sea fog rolling Writer/s: JESSE QUIN, RICHARD DAVID HUGHES, TIMOTHY JAMES RICE-OXLEY, TOM CHAPLIN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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