"Life Lies Down" as written by and G. Peterson....
I have a dream where I die
I have a dream where I listen
The birds of the morning have sun strange skin

There is a fish on the shore
The same that came down from the river
This is the world of the rose and thorn

Life lies down
And the world still spins round
I lay on for this time I have found
Home

Out in the bullrush and steel
The tide has gone and forgiven
For each breath and quiver of sand and stone

Still comes the hum of that bird
A beat of a drum in a meadow
That stays to deliver this sight from limb

Life lies down
And the world still spins round
I lay on for this time I have found

I have the blood to ride out this storm
If I can just keep the wind under these wings

Like I did once before
Hands on an ocean
I was the sailor
For one more time

Life lies down
And the world still spins round
I lay on
For this time I have found

Life lies down
And the world still spins round
I lay on
For this time I have found
Home


Lyrics submitted by T_D_Phoenix

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