Fields & Fences

Album: Yellowcard (2016)
  • Looking for something to wake in my soul
    It seems like its singing stopped cold
    I got used to being the star of the show
    But I've seen the lights come and go

    I heard a song playing brought by the wind
    I got myself lost and I found you again

    Tennessee, when I finally lay down to sleep
    Then I'll rest in your ground
    But these days the world is against us
    So keep me safe with your fields and fences around me

    I want to start living
    I want to be brave
    I want to find where I belong
    'Cause I still remember the reasons I write
    Things that I've dreamed for so long

    I heard a song playing brought by the wind
    I got myself lost and I found you again

    Tennessee, when I finally lay down to sleep
    Then I'll rest in your ground
    But these days the world is against us
    So keep me safe with your fields and fences around me, around me

    I don't have much that I can give to you
    But I know I love the way you make me feel like I'm at home
    And I am not alone
    I don't have much that I can give to you
    But I know I love the way you make me feel like I'm at home
    And I am not alone
    I don't have much that I can give to you
    But I know I love the way you make me feel like I'm at home
    And I am not alone
    I don't have much that I can give to you
    But I know I love the way you make me feel like I'm at home
    And I am not alone Writer/s: Ryan William Key, Sean Michael Wellman-Mackin, Ryan Michael Mendez
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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