Walking In The Wind

Album: Made in the A.M. (2015)
  • A week ago you said to me
    "Do you believe I'll never be too far"
    If you're lost, just look for me
    You'll find me in the region of the summer stars
    The fact that we can sit right here and say goodbye
    Means we've already won
    A necessity for apologies between you and me
    Baby, there is none

    Awh, e had some good times, didn't we?
    Awh, we had some good tricks up our sleeve
    Awh, goodbyes are bittersweet
    But it's not the end
    I'll see your face again

    You will find me
    And you will find me
    In places that we've never been
    For reasons we don't understand
    Walking in the wind
    Walking in the wind

    Yesterday I went out to celebrate the birthday of a friend
    But as we raised our glasses up to make a toast
    I realized you were missing

    Awh, we had some good times, didn't we?
    Awh, we wore our hearts out on our sleeve
    Awh, goodbyes are bittersweet
    But it's not the end
    I'll see your face again

    You will find me
    And you will find me
    In places that we've never been
    For reasons we don't understand
    Walking in the wind
    Walking in the wind

    I know I'll be your anchor
    Just close your eyes and see
    I'll be by your side
    Any time you're needing me, oh yeah

    You will find me
    And you will find me
    In places that we've never been
    For reasons we don't understand
    Walking in the wind
    Walking in the wind
    Walking in the wind Writer/s: JAMIE SCOTT, HARRY STYLES, JOHN RYAN, JULIAN BUNETTA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management
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