Man And Machine

Album: Lionheart (2004)
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  • Blue bird skimming on razor's edge the legend will be born
    The race is on against the clock in the silence of the dawn
    The greatest bird to ever fly the fastest of her breed
    Pushing out the envelope to break the record speed

    Blue water
    White lightning
    Pushing yourself to extreme
    Man and machine

    Taking it on to the barrier screaming it right to the edge
    At the limit of technology hanging your life on the ledge
    You gave up your life for the record you were driven and born to achieve
    Your legend will not be forgotten you were the master of speed

    Blue water
    White lightning
    Union of man and machine
    Blue water
    White lightning
    Pushing yourself to extreme
    Man and machine

    Blue birds skimming on a mirrors edge a legend will be born
    The race is on against the clock in the silence of the dawn
    The greatest bird to ever fly the fastest of her breed
    Pushing out the envelope to break the record speed Writer/s: DOUGLAS SCARRATT, NIBBS CARTER, PAUL QUINN, PETERY ROONEY BYFORD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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