Forever I've Known

Album: Given To The Wild (2012)
  • I'm a child to your voice
    To the sound though it can eat me alive
    Ten toes and ten fingers
    Any sense that I've had in this life

    Won't you stay a while
    Kill some time
    You know that I'll make it easy

    And I know
    Know it wouldn't be forever
    Forever I've known
    Nothing stays forever
    Couldn't still try

    I want to see you
    It's not good enough to have you here in my head
    Want the spray from the sea
    Come on I'll make it easy

    And I know
    Know it wouldn't be forever
    Forever I've known
    Nothing stays forever
    Couldn't still try

    Things I've said in a rage
    Can still be unsaid
    Took the cold from my bones
    Took the cold from my head

    And I know
    Know nothing stays forever
    Forever I've known
    Nothing stays forever
    Couldn't just lie

    I'm a child to your voice
    And I know
    Know nothing stays forever
    Forever I've known
    Nothing stays forever
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