"Keep It All" as written by and Lisa Margaret Hannigan....
For you, we steer a house of smoke and brick and I keep it all For you,
Bedecked with bicycles to pick and I keep it all For you,
It wouldn't do wandering all adrift so I keep it all For you,
There's fire in the belly of our ship, I keep it all

Call if the lights on, come in and lay low Just so that you know,
Go on and Fall down and hold your ground,
A harbor that grows And how could you know,
That I keep it all

For you we fill our sails with tales and fables I keep it all For you,
To bear you through stormy seas unstable and I keep it all, For you,
You're welcome to all that's on my table I keep it all and you,
I count you til I fall asleep, I keep it all.

Call if the lights on, come in and lay low Just so that you know,
Go on and Fall down and hold your ground,
A harbor that grows And how could you know, that I keep it all

What you say we come up with the sun,
The morning bell to come and be my friend until the end I'll be your friend as well


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"Keep It All" as written by Lisa Margaret Hannigan

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