"Marathon" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler and James Gerad Gilmour....
The die was cast the day we passed
The point of no return
Once through the maze & past the haze
The prize for which we yearn

This is more than a childhood passion
This is more like a dream come true

[Chorus]
It takes time to get to Avalon
That's why we're on this marathon
It takes time to get to Avalon
That's whe're on this marathon

It's far too late we took the bait
We've heard the siren's call
No time to loose or pick and choose
We've got to have it all

This is more than a childhood passion
Don't try & stop me I'm coming through

[Chorus]

Here we go, time to get started
Don't give up, you will find it soon
It'll come to you like a sonic boom
Don't be late we can crash the gate
Or we can try again on another day
We'll leave the past behind if that's the price we have to pay
You know we're coming to find it & it's not that far away

[Chorus]


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"Marathon" as written by James Dickson Crichton Ian Stevenson Crichton

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