I Believe

Album: Fate Of Nations (1993)
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  • Tears, tears at the water's edge
    Hey little sister, there is laughter instead
    Tears for the teacher, from the eyes, from the soul
    This restless spirit takes a long way back home
    Like the wind, you are free
    Just a whisper - I hear you, so talk to me

    Oh, I believe, eye to eye
    Say brother, sisters, see your brothers in the sky
    Neighbor, neighbor, don't be so cold
    It's only glory from the story I'm told

    I believe, eye to eye
    Say brothers, sister, see your brothers in the sky
    Neighbor, neighbor, don't be so cold
    It's so much glory from the story untold

    Big fire, on top of the hill
    A hopeless gesture, and last farewell
    Tears from your mother, from the pits of her soul
    Look at your father, see his blood run cold
    Like the wind, you are free
    Just a whisper - I hear you, so talk to me

    I believe, eye to eye
    Say brothers, sister, see your brothers in the sky
    Neighbor, neighbor, don't be so cold
    With so much glory from the story untold

    I believe, eye to eye
    Say brother, sisters, see your brothers in the sky
    Neighbor, neighbor, don't be so cold
    It's so much glory from the story untold Writer/s: PHILIP MERRIAM JOHNSTONE, ROBERT PLANT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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