Thunderbird

Album: Metal Health (1983)
  • Hello you
    yes it's me
    You can't come back
    Your flyin' free
    You think you found
    Everything that you need

    Fly away, fly away
    To your new home
    Across the seas
    Oh leave your nest
    Oh baby leave the best thing
    That you've been
    Whoa, whoa, whoa

    Fly on, Thunderbird fly
    Fly on, spread your wings to the sky
    Fly on, Thunderbird fly

    On your own
    And I'm alone
    In the shadow
    Of what we done
    And I can't help but think
    That someday
    You'll be back home (whoa)

    Fly away, fly away
    To your new home
    Across the bay
    And give your best
    Ooh baby leave the best thing
    That you've been
    Oh, oh, oh

    Fly on, Thunderbird fly
    Fly on, spread your wings to the sky
    Fly on, Thunderbird fly (fly on)
    (Ah, ah, ah, ah)
    (Ah, ah, ah, ah ah ah ah)

    When all is said
    All is done
    Still I live
    And carry on
    Don't look back
    But think of me
    We'll meet again
    Fly away (oh)

    Fly on, Thunderbird fly
    Fly on, spread your wings to the sky
    Fly on, Thunderbird fly

    Fly on, Thunderbird fly
    You've got fly away
    Fly on, spread your wings to the sky
    On to the sky
    Fly on Thunderbird...
    Fly!
    Writer/s: KEVIN DU BROW
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, MUSIC SALES CORPORATION
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