Echoes

Album: Surfing The Void (2010)
Charted: 55
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  • Send out a sound for the wood between the worlds
    Gently repeat as the boundaries start to swirl
    Keep to the call that is twice now liminal
    It's not the same where the trails lead to the outer regions

    Echoes from the otherworld turn horizons into endless ever present
    Echoes
    Many otherworlds true horizon start to turn
    Numberless names withe the force of the ninth wave
    Keep to the call that's repeated in the outer regions
    Echoes from the otherworld turn the horizon into endless ever present
    Echoes
    Many otherworlds true horizon makes the endless ever
    Present echoes into otherworlds true horizons into the endless ever
    Present echoes
    Many otherworlds true horizon takes a turn
    Echoes reflect and change they serenade Writer/s: JAMES NICHOLAS RIGHTON, JAMIE OLIVER JACK REYNOLDS, SIMON LEE CAMPBELL TAYLOR-DAVIES
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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