Moving Further Away

  • Everybody moving further away
    Everybody moving further away
    Everybody moving further away
    Everybody moving further away

    See you where the light ends
    I'll be shooting across the silver
    Through the breaking sky
    And back before you know
    Wheeling in formation
    And I know what you're thinking

    So turn your eyes away
    And let me be alone

    Everybody moving further away
    Everybody moving further away

    See you where the lie turns
    I'll be shooting caps of silver
    But it's different now

    I'm the only one who flies
    Wheeling in formation
    And I know what you're thinking
    But they're all strangers now
    And the silver doesn't shine

    Everybody moving further away
    Everybody moving further away

    There with all the people
    There with all the people
    Oh, I surrender, this is
    Oh, I surrender, this is it
    Oh, I surrender, this is it
    Oh, I surrender, this is it
    Oh, I surrender, this is it Writer/s: FARIS ADAM BADWAN, JOSEPH PATRICK SPURGEON, JOSHUA MARK HAYWARD, RHYS TIMOTHY WEBB, TOM FURSE COWAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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