White Bird

Album: Distance Inbetween (2016)
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  • Here comes the white bird
    On its long way down
    There goes the feeling as it hits the ground
    I've seen the valleys from way up high
    Road through the cities of the expecting skies
    Deep inside there's something stirring
    Reaching out to the heart of guide
    Sirens sound the hill, the wood and
    Of the dangers we left behind

    I've sailed the ocean
    To the place in shores
    Look down from the heavens
    Where the angels fall
    [?] sings its sweet song
    Change direction in the sun
    Follow me I'll follow you [?]
    Only just began ah

    Here comes the white bird
    On its long way down
    There goes the feeling as it hits the ground
    I've seen forever on the other side
    Birds with new horizon
    Where the white bird flies
    Where the white bird flies
    Where the white bird flies
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