Album: The Architect (2017)
  • There is a beauty in the distant sound of a weeping man
    There's wonder in your child's eyes, or maybe your future child's eyes
    And many things you may remember that you had
    That you lost, that you let slip through your fingers
    So cherish them all

    You are the poor, the refugee, the bloody victim
    You are the power, the winner and the fighter
    Breathe in, you're lucky to

    Be the beauty, the memory, the past, the past, the present and the future, be infinite
    Do something, say something, believe in something
    But most of all, know you can change things
    Yes, you
    What are you waiting for?
    Do not be fearful of evolution
    The time is now Writer/s: Paloma Faith
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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