Endless Blue

Album: Skying (2011)
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  • Everyone seems so far away
    Glittering jewels that you never had
    You'll never own anything

    Seems so far behind
    See yourself in the places you've been
    some other time

    In endless blue
    reflections look so good
    You're never certain of anything
    unless you go in

    Endless blue
    Seems so far away
    A glittering jewel that you never had
    nor will you again

    At high tide, high tide

    Everyone seems so far away
    Glittering jewels that you never had
    You'll never own
    Everything seems so far behind
    See yourself in the places you've been
    some other time

    At high tide, high
    As far as you can say
    At high tide, high tide

    Endless, endless, endless
    It's endless Writer/s: FARIS ADAM BADWAN, JOSEPH PATRICK SPURGEON, JOSHUA MARK HAYWARD, RHYS TIMOTHY WEBB, TOM FURSE COWAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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