Time Is

Album: Further (2019)
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  • Where have we been to and what did you see?
    Don't really know why but it doesn't bother me

    Time is on your side right now
    But time can change

    What is it that you are wanting
    And what are you hiding?
    Do you know where it is you're going to
    And hoping to find there?

    Time is on your side right now
    But time will change

    As you are now
    I once was
    As I am now
    You will be

    Time is on your side right now
    But time can change
    Time is on your side right now
    But time will change

    To my storm bred sons
    And my hurricane daughter
    Who were born from sand
    And to sand we will return
    And wind and white water

    Cos time is on your side right now
    Time can change
    Time is on your side right now
    But time will change

    (Time) yes it will change
    (Time) time will change
    (Time) time will change
    (Time) time will change
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