Carry

Album: Night of Hunters (2011)
  • Love, hold my hand
    Help me see with the dawn
    That those that have left
    Are not gone

    But they carry on
    As stars looking down
    As nature's sons
    And daughters of the heavens

    You will not ever be forgotten by me
    In the procession of the mighty stars
    Your name is sung and tattooed now on my heart
    Here I will carry, carry, carry you

    Forever
    You have touched my life
    So that now
    Cathedrals of sound are singing, are singing

    The waves have come to walk with you
    To where you will live in the land of you,
    Land of you
    You will not ever be forgotten by me

    In the procession of the mighty stars
    Your name is sung and tattooed now on my heart
    Here I will carry, carry, carry you
    Here I will carry, carry, carry you

    Forever. Writer/s: TORI ELLEN AMOS
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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