"Flashings" as written by Christopher John Foreman, Cathal Joseph Smyth, Lee Jay Thompson and Graham Mcpherson....
Sharp fresh food never tasted so good
As the time you placed it in my mouth

Settling on my tongue, it stung
And left me drowsy in the heat
Settling on my tongue, it stung
And left me drowsy in the heat
In your heat
In your heat

What was it we were at?
Sensing something hidden still

Tumbling on the moment slow
Falling back together yet
Tumbling on the moment slow
Falling back together yet
In our heat
In our heat

See, even birds upon the barbed wire
They are a witness to our love
A couple passing by us recall
That's the way it was for them then

Children running in the park
Fall exhausted to the ground
Imagining that if trees could speak
They'd tell us of the love we've found

Nobody owns
Nobody owns
Nobody owns


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