"Island in a Stream" as written by Wayne Hussey, Simon Thomas Hinkler, Mick Brown and Craig David Adams....
A silver moon and a singing breeze
I'm walking out under the stars
I light a cigarette and watch the smoke
As it chases my dreams away

I turn my gaze out to the sea
And watch as the waves come tumbling in
Off in the distance, an angel cries
As the ship of the line comes into bay

I'm just an island in a stream
I'm all at sea, come rescue me
I'm just an island in a stream
I'm all at sea, come rescue me

Building castles and flying flags
And my lips begin to sting
I feel the sand beneath my feet
And my Halloween heart begins to sing

The flashing light warns of danger here
But the ship comes on sailing in
I run for shore and a way to hide
I need a time and a place to think

I'm just an island in a stream
I'm all at sea, come rescue me
I'm just an island in a stream
I'm all at sea, come rescue me

I look around to find a friend for life
Seeking refuge in your arms
Splinters of ice, thin, sharp and cold
Pierce my freezing skin

By the skill of your embrace
You show me a grave new world
And against the tide and dashed on the rocks
The ship of the line comes on in

I'm just an island in a stream
I'm all at sea, come rescue me
I'm just an island in a stream
I'm all at sea, come rescue me

I'm just an island in a stream
I'm all at sea, come rescue me
I'm just an island in a stream
I'm all at sea, come rescue me


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"Island in a Stream" as written by Mick Brown Craig David Adams

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