White Horses

Album: True Meanings (2018)
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  • Why be the bully now in my dreams?
    Whenever life falls on me
    Let's play the way we were, my love
    If there's another life to sow

    You're still my little girl
    And my special boy
    Today we hope to sing

    Where does the willow
    Learn to grow?
    Gift all the treasures
    You befall

    Hey, let it go
    In love's special hold
    To dream is to
    Let us see through it all

    White horses are taking me home
    Our love is too faithful to lose
    Our baby, our baby is growing
    Time flies and it's lonely alone

    Hey, you little bird
    With your special call
    Know we leave
    Everything to you

    My father told me how to be
    Give all the treasures left away

    White horses are taking me home
    Aw, wild as the wind that does blow
    White horses are taking me home
    Time flies and it's lonely alone
    White horses are taking me home
    Don't lay at night
    Don't lay at night alone
    White horses are taking me home
    Wild as the wind that does blow Writer/s: Erland Cooper, Paul John Weller
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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