Cape Of Our Hero

Album: Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies (2013)
  • All of the perfection nothing will and can be made
    The old skin has to shed before the new one sees the day
    Opportunities to find the deeper powers in ourselves
    Come when life is breathing and seem more than what it is

    Go blindly completely

    You tell me how I can fly away
    And believe that all the angels are coming
    You bring me down then I will fly again
    And believe that all the angels are coming

    The kingdom of the fathers and the heroes where are you
    I'm talking to you every night more than I should do
    What awaits and when will be the day
    When I can wear the cape
    I'm lying on the ground as always staring into the air

    Go blindly completely

    You tell me how I can fly away
    And believe that all the angels are coming
    You bring me down then I will fly again
    And believe that all the angels are coming

    The stars are long gone but we can still see their glow
    Long after they've skidded off into oblivion Writer/s: MICHAEL POULSEN, ROBERT CAGGIANO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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