"Gondwanaland" as written by and Brian David James Briggs....
when you're tired and you're far far far from home
when you're lost and you're on your own
when the fog comes a swirling swirling round you
til you cant see the path before you
you should know of the strangest thing

you come down like the silent silent snow
til your mind feels as numb as your fingers
it was many many many many years ago
on the coast of gondwanaland

no one heard for the howling howling wind
no one heard when they whispered the strangest thing
no one saw for the stinging stinging rain
no one saw the strangest thing

saw you slip on the icy icy street
and i smiled accidentally
and you swore at the ice and you swore at me
and my heart melted instantly
in the warmth of the strangest thing

so i'm holding a torch up high for you
and the batteries are all brand new
but i'm scared they'll wear right through
before you see me shining you
before i've then discovered who
can show me the strangest thing

no one heard for the howling howling wind
no one heard when they whispered the strangest thing
no one saw for the stinging stinging rain
no one saw the strangest thing


Lyrics submitted by Zopilote Steel

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