Gale Song

Album: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Soundtrack (2013)
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  • It's a lonely road
    Full of tired men
    And you can see it in their faces
    And you'll be home in spring
    I can wait till then
    I heard you're on a big train

    And all this too shall pass
    This loneliness won't last for long
    I wasn't there to take his place
    I was ten thousand miles away
    So when you hear my voice
    When you say my name
    May it never give you pain

    I don't wanna go
    But it's time to leave
    You'll be on my mind, my destiny

    And I won't fight it in vain
    I love you just the same
    I couldn't know what's in your mind
    But I saw the pictures, you're looking fine

    And there was a time
    When I stood in line for love, for love, for love
    But I let you go, oh, I let you go

    And he fell apart
    With this broken heart
    And this blood, this blood, this blood
    Oh, it drains from my skin and dust Writer/s: Jeremy Fraites, Neyla Pekarek, Wesley Schultz
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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