"Half the World Away" as written by and Parker Gispert Henry Sullivant....
Walk outside in fifties frozen lakes.
Walk outside man, hey I think I'll wait.
And half the world and half the world away. Ay.

Drift through dreams and drift you in my head.
And watch your eyelids, watch them while in bed.
And half the world and half the world away. Ay.

So you don't want me.
You think it fell down great boy.
You think it fell down fine.
So you don't want me.
You think it fell down great boy.
You think it fell down fine.

Sleep though dreams and drift you in my world.
And when my legs get tired, I think I'll twirl.
And half the world and half the world away. Ay.

So you don't want me.
You think it fell down great boy.
You think it fell down fine.
So you don't want me.
You think it fell down great boy.
You think it fell down fine.

Walk outside in fifties frozen lakes.
And watch your eyelids, watch them til you wake.
And half the world and half the world away. Ay


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"Half the World Away" as written by Parker Gispert Henry Sullivant

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