Forever

Album: Oochya! (2022)
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  • Sun beats down on my mind on a Friday morning
    Driving 'round on a sea, ask to the sky so wide
    Took for granted all the things I forgot I'd know
    Slapped in the face, kneeled me down, I'm out of control

    I'd like to know
    Where I'm supposed to go
    Wish I could fly away forever
    Wish I could take your pain for you and release you

    Dream of ways losing days, how could we hope to fight this?
    Seasons change, leaves fall on the frozen ground
    Like a rock standing tall only way to play it
    Gets you through you will grow into a shooting star

    I'd like to know
    Where I'm supposed to go
    Wish I could fly away forever
    Wish I could take your pain for you and release you
    Wish I could fly away forever
    Wish I could take your pain for you and release you

    Could fall down
    Won't fall down
    Don't know how
    Don't look down
    Just dream of
    Ways to
    Keep on keeping on' til then I'll

    Fly away forever
    Wish I could take your pain for you and release you
    Fly away forever
    Wish I could take your pain for you and release you
    Fly away forever
    Wish I could take away your pain for you and release you

    We'd dream of ways
    We're losing days
    We hope to think we got it made Writer/s: Kelly Jones
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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