Back to the Beginning Again

Album: Fading West (2014)
  • I can feel it building up inside
    The images that play inside my mind
    A dreams that I've been dreaming all my life
    The colors that live outside of the lines

    But dreams aren't all I hide beneath this skin
    The cord is cut, the fears and doubts begin
    My hope is anchored on the other side
    With the colors that live outside of the lines

    And the oceans roar
    And the wheel's in spin
    And the old chorus soars
    Bring me back, bring me back to the beginning again

    With the corrugated LA harbor stacks
    With the weight of these machines across my back
    I know a mountain road where time unwinds
    But I'm busy living in a single-file line

    And it all just sounds like poison on my ears
    The background noise makes your voice so hard to hear
    So I grit my teeth and straighten up my spine
    I'm stuck in traffic on a dotted yellow line

    And my heart is yours
    And what a broken place it's in
    But you're what I'm running for
    And I want to feel the wind at my back again

    Back to the beginning again
    Back to the beginning again
    I want to feel the wind at my back again
    Back to the beginning again
    Back to the beginning again
    I want to feel the wind at my back again

    And my heart is yours
    And what a broken place it's in
    But you're what I'm running for
    And I want to feel the wind at my back again

    Back to the beginning again
    Back to the beginning again
    I want to feel the wind at my back again
    Back to the beginning again
    Back to the beginning again
    I want to feel the wind
    I want to feel the wind
    I want to feel the wind at my back again Writer/s: JON FOREMAN
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
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