"The Slow Crash Landing Man" as written by and John Boegehold David Charles Meros....
It seems he never lost his way
Through grevious dreams and shattered days
While leaving words weighed on his mind
His road is winding to an end
And now it's time that he defends
The world and friends he left behind

The slow crash landing man unfolds
A future he so gently holds
Then shines his truth like molten gold
We're free again
The slow crash landing man has won
He knows his final race is run
So we unload the starting gun
He's free again

He lived his life in stranger's skin
While all the people breathed him in
They never thought to ask him why
Then on a moon-dark winter night
The visions crept into his sight
Like heaven's stars swept cross the sky

He rose up from the wreckage
Walked away alive
All cried out in wonder:
"He survives!"

The slow crash landing man unfolds
A future he so gently holds
Then shines his truth like molten gold
We're free again
The slow crash landing man has won
He knows his final race is run
So we unload the starting gun
He's free again


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"The Slow Crash Landing Man" as written by John Boegehold David Charles Meros

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