"Horizon" as written by Robert Marshall Scott, Kaye Adelaide Woodward, Paul Christopher Kean and Malcolm Ian Stewart Grant....
I see something in the distance
Where the sky meets the land
It might just be a shadow
It could be a bird
I know if I go over

It won't be the same
Across the burning distance
Across the burning plains
I'd love to make it over

Where the sky meets the land
I'm aware of the distance
I'm aware of the time

They say it's all about the journey
Not your destination
I don't know how I'll get there
I'll have to use my imagination

But still we go on searching
For something we can't see
But still we go lookin'
For something we'll never be

Now the sky is growing darker
The time ain't on our side
Soon we'll hear the creatures of the night
Then it will be time to hide

The bells are ringing
We try for the summit
And hope for care again
Hear me when I say it
And hope for treasure there

Hey, now, ahh, believe me when I say
Aah, you're in for higher praise

We cry for the people
That have gone before
We could learn so much
If we only stopped to think

Ah, believe me when I say
Ah, you're in for higher praise
We think we know it all
But we don't even know ourselves
It's time to ask those questions
And seek the knowledge out

Ah, believe me when I say
Ah, we're in for higher praise
Hey now


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