By Blood

  • I never miss you, you're always here
    Behind the door or in the rear view mirror
    How could I, dear
    There is no space
    There is no time
    But we are here
    And you are mine

    It's Halloween in my old hometown
    Mother's quiet in her sleeping gown
    You're a queen, I'm your clown
    Let's go strolling through the town
    Through the crowd
    Through whirling lights
    On city nights
    By blood

    At the end of the day she cries for you
    None of my songs or my love or my kisses will do
    But that love
    That honest love that makes you wait
    That alters fate
    Can separate
    Or suffocate
    But I am yours
    By blood
    By the flood
    Or other stuff
    By grace
    By faith
    Or the great hand Writer/s: Cary Ann Hearst, Michael Trent Robinson
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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