Album: Wolf's Law (2013)
  • Cholla, cholla
    You kept us away
    We'll come back tomorrow
    And give you one day
    The talent of time
    That thief that delays
    We'll come back tomorrow
    And tear down your ways
    Otherwise

    Where are we going?
    What are we doing?
    You siphon a smile from the source
    How do we move on
    When nothing is growing
    Your hands turned to daggers again

    Non par, non par nonpareil
    You rush to the future and paint it yourself
    Together we're lucky
    Together we're set
    When nothing comes easy
    Only the finest are left

    Where are we going?
    What are we doing?
    You siphon a smile from the source
    How do we move on
    When nothing is growing
    Your hands turned to daggers again, my love

    This is the way it has played
    But these are our riches to take
    What came of, of goodness
    Of fairness
    Nothing proves otherwise

    Where are we going
    Where are we going
    Where are we going
    Where are we going
    Where are we going
    And what are we doing
    Cholla, cholla, cholla, ohWriter/s: RHIANNON BRYAN, RHYDIAN DAVIES
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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