"Castles" as written by Jake Field, Sandi Thom and Ian Wellesley Brown....
I'm just skimming stones against the lake
While my dreams pass me by
I've never known what to make of life
But I guess I'm willing to try

Sometimes it's better sometimes it's worse
Sometimes it heals sometimes it hurts....

So hail to the morning wherever it dawns down on me
It's now that I get to thinking
Some castles lie way beneath the sea.

You always said that it would be such a long summer
And now its here and I can break the ice on this cold water

Sometimes it's better sometimes it's worse
Sometimes it heals sometimes it hurts....

So hail to the morning wherever it dawns down on me
It's now that I get to thinking
Some castles lie way beneath the sea.

So hail to the morning wherever it dawns down on me
It's now that I get to thinking that life's a mystery
So long live the moonlight wherever it shines down on me
With the strength to part the ocean


Lyrics submitted by sparklefairy

"Castles" as written by Jake Field Sandi Thom

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC

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    General CommentHas anybody noticed that she still sings, "So long live the moonlight wherever it dawns down on me"? Even though it's supposed to be "Shines down on me"?
    Foxwingon September 21, 2006   Link

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