Cold ears at the wrong end of town
All the shops have closed down
And there's no one around at the station
You look like you've never been born
Though your shoes are well worn
As we walk 'till the dawn comes and saves us
Short of breath
The air is thin
From here I can see every little thing
I'll take you where the world begins
From here I'll show you every little thing
Horizons blue

Come drink at the old familiar place
We can stare into space
So as not to wake your sleeping daughter
So slow
Like a snail on the wall
It'd hurt if you fall
But at least now you're not treading water
Still testing out your wings
From here we can see every little thing
I'll take you where the world begins
From there I'll show you every little thing
Horizons blue
Horizons new

Godspeed to the one who remains
They say their lives stay the same
But from here it's all constantly changing
It's good to go back now and then
But it's hard to pretend
That my old memories are worth saving
I hold my fingers to my eyes
From here I can see every little thing
Crush the buildings
Free the sky
From here I'll show you every little thing
Horizons blue
Horizons new


Lyrics submitted by Scientician609

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