"The Raven" as written by Aiden Paul Lambert, Dermot Francis Lambert, Robert John Sexton, Brian Mark Mcloughlin and Barry Patrick Campbell....
The fire is gone,
And so am I,
The birdmans' soul
Won't let me fly any more
Don't let me fall,
Cause if I fall I'll fall on you,
And all our dreams will disappear in the haze,
Cause we're not strong enough to survive those wounds
Dont let me fall,
Cos if I fall I'll fall on you,
And all our love will disappear in the haze,
Cos we're not strong enough to survive those wounds
Dont let me fall,
Cos if I fall I'll fall on you,
And all our time together,
Will suddenly mean nothing.

The waters rising,
Our ship is sinking in the sea,
The fishmans' gills are pumping,
With air but not for you and me,
Don't let me drown,
Cause if I drown you'll drown with me,
And all our dreams will disappear in the water,
Cause we're not strong enough to survive the sea,
Don't let me drown,
Cause if I drown you'll drown with me,
And all our love will disappear in the water,
Cause we're not strong enough to survive the sea,
Don't let me drown,
Cause if I drown you'll drown with me,
And all our time together
Will suddenly mean nothing.

These should be happy times,
We should be dancing in the steet,
Breath the air, the love, the feeling.
Thank your god and any other god you meet.
The raven's flying,
His soul is sad and his heart is blue,
And all our dreams will disappear with the raven,
Cause we're not strong enough for what the raven can do,
The raven's flying,
His soul is sad and his heart is blue,
And all our love will disappear with the raven,
Cause we're not strong enough for what the raven can do,
The raven's flying,
His soul is sad and his heart is blue,
And all the time we spent together,
Will suddenly mean nothing.


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"The Raven" as written by Barry Patrick Campbell Aiden Paul Lambert

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