"Ballad of the Beacon" as written by Andrew Powell, David Turner, Martin Turner and Steve Upton....
We'll be leaving this town in the mornin'
Tomorrow we'll be able to see
I've had me enough of this city
And she's had enough out of me

Say if I climbed to the mountain
Would you still follow me there
Steal me away in an echo
The mountain will always be there

Well I'm turning my sights on the country
I sold everything that I own
Heading away from the bright lights
Looking for where the wind blows

Say if I climbed to the mountain
Would you still follow me there
Steal me away in an echo
The mountain will always be there

We'll be leaving this town in the mornin'
Tomorrow we'll be able to see
I've had me enough of this city
And she's had enough out of me

Say if I climbed to the mountain
Would you still follow me there
Steal me away in an echo
The mountain will always be there



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"Ballad of the Beacon" as written by David Turner Andrew Powell

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