Where Do We Go

Album: Brave Enough (2016)
  • We're sailing
    We're sailing, aren't we?
    It's hard to tell the water from my tears
    Don't worry
    Have faith they told me
    It was easier than in my younger years

    Now that I'm older, now that it's colder
    Life keeps on crashing
    Day after day, like a wave after wave
    We did everything right and now I'm asking

    Where do we go? oh
    When our prayers are answered
    Where do we go? oh
    When our prayers are answered but the answer is no

    Tell me where the wind blows
    Tell me where the wind goes
    Where do we go?

    We're dreaming
    We're dreaming, aren't we?
    'Cause you're still with me sometimes when I sleep
    This hallway, I'll walk it bravely
    And all the cliffs and faultlines in between

    Now that I'm older, now that it's colder
    Life keeps on crashing
    Day after day, like a wave after wave
    We did everything right and now I'm asking

    Where do we go? oh
    When our prayers are answered
    Where do we go? oh
    When our prayers are answered but the answer is no

    Tell me where the wind blows
    Tell me where the wind goes
    Where do we go?

    Where do we go? oh
    When our prayers are answered
    Where do we go? oh
    When our prayers are answered but the answer is no

    Tell me where the wind blows
    Tell me where the wind goes
    Where do we go? Writer/s: HARLIN JAMES, FRANCESCA RICHARD, JUSTIN ROBERT CANTON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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