"The Coldharbour Road" as written by and Brian David James/ouin Briggs....
I am a seabird you are the arctic ocean
I know your seasons and your sanctuaries
And when I'm wheeling over your wild white horses I know
There's nowhere else that I belong

I am a small town you are a tornado
And down the high street you tear into me
Bring down the power lines a
And you twist the heart right out of me
Leaving my outskirts devastated

And as you're going tears are flowing
'Cause while you're leaving I'm still believing

You are a memory I am the mind you enter
A single moment in a single bed
This is the feeling you are bringing back to me of when
I was on the cold harbor road

And now you're going tears are flowing
'Cause while you're leaving I'm still believing
All in the morning and my ears are ringing
As I lie wide awake on the living room floor


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"The Coldharbour Road" as written by Jonathan David Ouin Brian David James Briggs

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