"Window Of Your Mind" as written by Nitin Sawhney and Samuel Lloyd Duckworth....
She said she'd like to step outside,
all of the boxes that made burdens in her mind.
And run knee deep into the tide.
chasing the birds as they decend into flight.
And you don't have to be constrained.
by all the railroads and the motorways.
And you don't have to be afraid.

I've never witnessed the Northern lights,
I've never walked on the Seine at night,
Wont you take me there through the window of your mind?
i want to see all the world with you,
take a walk amoungst the caribou
or watch the Louvre fountains sparkle in your eyes.

Can we go there tonight?

and as he sat behind the desk and he pondered when he'd have the time to rest from all the windows and the files,
his old friend sanitys been missing for awhile.
And you dont have to feel constrained,
by your mortage and your mininum wage.
And you don't have to feel ashamed.

I've never witnessed the Northern lights,
I've never walked on the seine at night,
Wont you take me there through the window of your mind?
i want to see all the world with you,
take a walk amoungst the caribou
or watch the Louver fountains sparkle in your eyes.

I've never witnessed the Northern lights,
I've never walked on the seine at night,
Wont you take me there through the window of your mind?
i want to see all the world with you,
take a walk amoungst the caribou
or watch the Louver fountains sparkle in your eyes.

Cant we go there tonight?


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