"The Raven" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell, David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy and Jean Jacques Burnel....
Fly straight with perfection
Find me a new direction
You never realized the things they said
We'll never realize until we're dead
The fires they burned along the coast of triumphs

The ebony embittered souls of children
We'll seek another way before too long
But will you stop my wind before I'm gone
And when you find me all alone
Your world has never been my own

And when you find me
And when you find me all alone
Your world has never been my own
My friend you're black and when you fly you're wild
I am white sometimes I behave just like a child
The northern seas are cold but they're our own
We'll sail your southern seas before too long

When I was a viking
My friend he was the raven


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"The Raven" as written by David Greenfield Hugh Alan Cornwell

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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