"If i was a bird" as written by Natalie Stewart, Marsha Ambrosius and Keith Isaiah Pelzer....
Sometimes blindness finds me
And leads me through ignorance
Not allowing us to gain experience
So we become lifeless
At other times I cover with
Self pity or work aimlessly
Through reality so
Occasionally I choose to travel alone
But never fulfill my possibility so
Mostly I attempt to achieve balance
By seeking right knowledge and loving
And reviewing and eventually overstanding those
Many lessons of my life

You got me caught in
A stormy odd world that drains
And I beg to see truth and promises
You made to me
Now we've come so far
But my visions of happiness
With you in my life
I'm afraid and confused
If I was a bird I'd fly

[Chorus]
If I was a bird I'd fly away
Spread my wings so I'd escape
If I was the sky
I'd let it rain to wash away the pain

If I was a bird I'd fly away
Spread my wings so I'd escape
If I was the sky
I'd let it rain to wash away the pain

Now why do I feel so alone
Knowing I know I have you
And what made you turn around on me
What did I do
and when did love feel this way
So much pain and misery
Where's the you I once knew
And could ya fly with me

[Chorus: Repeat x2]

Now I can't stay
You won't need me
Set me free and let me fly
Oh fly with me
Fly with me me
Fly with me yeah
Fly oh fly fly

[Chorus: Repeat x2]

Fly away
(music)
If I were the sky
I'd let it rain to wash the pain
(music)
Fly away


Lyrics submitted by Mr R N B

"If I Was a Bird" as written by Marsha Ambrosius Keith Isaiha Pelzer

Lyrics © DOWNTOWN MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC , Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    My OpinionI LOooooove It!!..They have to reunite again,his song is a true example of the good music the make.Poetry + Neosoul combined = Killer Duo*****
    corettapon January 24, 2014   Link

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