Album: Council Skies (2023)
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  • Easy now
    Heavy is the head that wears a hollow crown
    There must be something in the air
    There's talk of revolution here
    Up above the clouds

    Rainy eyes
    Always be prepared to see through everybody's lies
    Soon your future will appear
    There's nothing left for you to fear

    I stop to say a prayer
    For everybody there
    Your destination comes without a fare, oh

    I saw you up and down the lane
    But I don't know your name
    Or the places that you hide
    But if you shade
    All the love you've ever made
    For what you gave away
    Well, I wonder what you'd find
    And I'll be there
    I'll wait for you, I swear
    Your destination comes without a fare, oh and I

    I'll be there
    I'll wait for you, I swear
    Your destination comes without a fare, oh

    And I'll ride the storm
    Let it take your weight and she will guide you home
    Above the cities and the towns where people fly upon the ground

    I stop to say a prayer
    For everybody there
    Your destination comes without a fare, oh

    And I saw you up and down the lane
    But I don't know your name
    Or the places that you hide
    And if you shade
    All the love you've ever made
    For what you gave away
    Well, I wonder what you'd find
    I'll be there
    I'll wait for you, I swear
    Your destination comes without a fare, oh and I Writer/s: Noel Gallagher
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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