"Fly" as written by Robert Baker, Gordon Downie, Johnny Fay, Paul Langlois and Gordon Sinclair....
Seventy days to cross the ocean Seventy nights where no one's gonna hear me fall Freddie Mercury, "I've sometimes wished I'd never been born at all."

I Remain unphotographed yea. I don't exaggerate my intelligence.I might turn a broom into a tree but I'll never be one of them.
I fly, cause there's no why in getting beaten up by a guy who cries before he fights.

I don't want em to see me like this. The way they like to kick people when they're down you said, "Please stop worrying about this they stop kicking once you're down."
There's Mistaken Point, Newfoundland. There's Moonbeam, Ontari-ari-o. There are places I've never been and always wanted to go.

I fly, cause woe betide a guy who just lives to fight. Fly, Love is to try and die trying.
Fly, yea, that's right
Fly, yea, that's right
Try, love is to try and die trying.

Coastline rising out of the ocean. Coastline rises like a pair of glowing thighs. There's something down deep inside me says, "Where ya been all my life."
Fly, turn your back, get your face in the sky, Fly, love is to try and die trying.
Try, left and right, across your mind, Try, love is to try and die trying.


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"Fly" as written by Paul Langlois Gordon Sinclair

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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