"Vervaceous" as written by Timothy Booth, James Glennie, David John Baynton-power, Saul Davies and Mark Hunter....
Drifting through the atmosphere
Through the afterglow
Witnessing 1,000 lives I'll blow
Where the wind blows

Falling in between the lines
Never fitting in
Someone tell me what's my crime
Too thin, I'm too thin

Due to come back down
Due to come back down
Don't wanna, don't wanna land

Due to come back down
Due to come back down
I don't wanna, don't wanna land

Don't wanna, don't wanna land
Land, land

This time I've a staring role
Hide the shape I'm in
I'm too old to sacrifice for gold and skin
For gold and skin, for gold, for gold

Down, don't want to come back
Down, don't want to land
Down, don't want to come down
Down don't want to land

Down, don't want to come down
Down don't want to land
Down, don't want to come back
Down don't want to land

Drifting through the atmosphere
Floating through this land
Sifting through 1,000 years of sand
All sand

Drifting through the atmosphere
Floating through this land
Sifting through 1,000 years of sand
All sand

Drifting through the atmosphere
Floating through this land
Sifting through 1,000 years of sand
All sand

Drifting through the atmosphere



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"Vervaceous" as written by James Glennie David John Baynton-power

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