"Territories" as written by and Miles Aaron Browne Martin Walter Brown....
Listen to me, listen to you
What are we going to do?
An enemy right in front of my eyes
And I don't know why it's you

Heat on the sand, wind in the trees
Shaking in both of my knees
Time cannot heal what words cannot say
And clarity fades with the day

And I don't even know you anyway
Whatever people call you, that's your name
Someone, somewhere, someday

And I'm sick of sitting round here gathering the dust
Fading into history and falling into rust
Spinning out our story, waiting out the days
Turning on the table, music never plays
We've been living in a fire, leaving in a blaze
And I'm only seeing stranger
Yeah I'm only seeing strangers in the ever present haze

And I don't even know you anyway
Whatever people call you, that's your name
Someone, somewhere, someday


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