Somethin' Grand

Album: Bare Bones (2009)
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  • Wide awake
    Breath taken
    I'm shaken by my sight
    Couldn't sleep
    Couldn't keep
    Quiet secrets on the wind I hear

    There's somethin' grand coming
    Cool lumming
    Through my empty city
    On a night breeze so free lovers must collide
    And the morning sun must rise

    All is forgiven

    Cool your heads
    Highway men
    Come what name in
    Who run and fight
    Here's your drink
    Time to think
    Soon you'll wandering away your fears

    There's somethin' grand coming
    Cool strumming
    Through my empty city
    'til the morning breaks
    And the weary eyes are clear
    Let the dreams of sleep take troubles far away from me

    There's somethin' grand coming
    Cool strumming
    Through my empty city
    'til the new day breaks
    And weary eyes are clear
    Dream of sleep take troubles far away from me

    All is forgiven Writer/s: LARRY KLEIN, MADELEINE PEYROUX, SEAN WAYLAND
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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