Rest Your Head

Album: This Machine (2012)
  • Go to sleep - the play is over
    Left your ticket on the seat
    Be redeemed when you're dreaming
    Lay your head and go to sleep
    Don't you worry till tomorrow
    Heaven knows you surely will
    Think about it, take one more lap around it
    Close the blinds and set your mind at peace
    Waste some time, waste some money
    Talk about your wasted years
    They devastate you, complete and complicate you
    Never minding your wasted tears
    Don't you worry till tomorrow
    Heaven knows you surely will
    Think about it, take one last lap around it
    Close your eyes and let your mind release...
    Love and kindness, pain and sadness
    All the stations in between
    They will derail you, they will assail you
    But rest your head, for I won't fail you
    Don't you worry till tomorrow
    Heaven knows you surely will
    Think about it, one last short lap around it
    Close your eyes and set your mind at peace. Writer/s: ALFREDO JOAQUIN ZUNIGA, COURTNEY A TAYLOR
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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