We Who See The Deep

  • Put forever in your mind
    Let go of space and time
    Yeah say it is we who see the deep
    It is we that the less earn teeth

    [Chorus]
    Do you even know this place
    Nowhere is over
    To find our way back to grace
    Nowhere is nothing at all

    Well I have come from a hurricane
    A messenger that the temp is praying
    Eyes full of sun, hands full of sea
    Anyone with the night just to help me see

    [Chorus]

    I said nowhere is nothing at all [x4]

    Nowhere is nothing at all
    Well I said nowhere nowhere, nowhere, nowhere, nowhere is nothing at all
    I said nowhere is nothing at all
    I said,
    I said nowhere [fades] Writer/s: CHRIS ROBINSON, CHRISTOPHER MARK ROBINSON, RICH ROBINSON, RICHARD S. ROBINSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Brett Williams from Calgary, AbListen to the guitar line at 0:13. Then listen to Zeppelin's "No Quarter" at 1:05. Simular enough to be a sample?
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