"See Through Bergerac" as written by James Skelly and Lee Andrew Southall....
One step, two step, three we met
This was a daydream I never forget
The bells rings, the sirens died
We succeed to fail whenever we try

Now that you tempt me into the grass
It's growing so long, it's moving too fast
For every blade growing over my eyes
I slow it all down but can't see the skies

I lay down to rest in the shade
There's only one way to walk this maze
You don't get lost, you only get tired
This wilderness winds on for miles

Now that you tempt me into the grass
It's growing so long, it's moving too fast
For every blade growing over my eyes
I slow it all down, I can't see the skies

As I arrived at the garden path
Nothing there but an empty glass
I cross my heart and I hope to die
How did this question pass me by

Although you tempt me in the past
I solved a riddle of the empty glass
For every blade growing over my eyes
I slow it all down, I can't see the skies
Skies, skies, skies


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"See Through Bergerac" as written by Lee Southall James Skelly

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