"East Of Eden" as written by and William Stuart/brzezicki Adamson....
Get up

I feel the way the wind blows
It tells me where you've been through
I watch the way the sun sets
Until the night's inside you

Some days I just don't worry, I let it pour through me
Some days I need to bury the very depths of me
So I wait out here to the east of Eden
I let salvation be

I was waiting, I was watching
Would it ever be there for me?
Then I felt that hope and a lucky card
Where all I had to walk with me, had to walk with me

I watch the way the crow flies
And though it all seems so easy
But if I see it in a gray sky
Can I be sure about the way it leaves me

Some days I just don't worry, I let it pour through me
Some days I call upon the very depths of me
So I wait out here to the east of Eden
I watch your soul run free

I was waiting, I was watching
Would it ever be there for me?
Then I felt that hope and a lucky card
Where all I had to walk with me

I was waiting, I was watching
Would it ever be there for me?
Then I felt that hope and a lucky card
Where all I had to walk with me

Some days will stay a thousand years
Some pass like the flash of a spark
Who knows where all our days go?

Out here we lie together
Outside the thunder gathers
Why care about the weather
It always ends in dark

I looked west in search of freedom
And I saw slavery
I looked east in search of answers
And I saw mystery

Some days I just don't worry, I let it pour through me
Some days I walk into the very depths of me
So I wait out here to the east of Eden
I let my conscience be

Get up

I was waiting, I was watching
Would it ever be there for me?
Then I felt that hope and a lucky card
Where all I had to walk with me

Stop


Lyrics submitted by Dave_Martera

"East of Eden" as written by Bruce William Watson Anthony Earl Butler

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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