Ships In The Sky

Album: No Smoke Without Fire (1978)
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  • Morning morning give me something
    Open my eyes to a new way
    Wailing sailing wind of wonder
    Carry me cross your dividing line

    Ships in the sky, I've seen 'em pass by
    Shining bright in the night
    Don't look behind you

    Do I imagine these footsteps behind me
    Can't see with this smog in my face
    Tracy trace your hands they are shaking
    Tell me what you have seen

    Ships in the sky, I've seen 'em pass by
    Shining bright in the night
    Don't look behind you
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