"Golden Shore" as written by Charles Thompson and Reid Alan Paley....
So long I've been abiding in dark before the dawn
Come a time to even up the score
You can meet me in the morning
I'll drink you in like wine
I ain't never gonna see you anymore

Anymore, anymore
(Anymore)
I ain't never gonna be here anymore
You can meet me in the morning
I'll drink you in like wine
I ain't never gonna see you anymore

You know that time's a wasting, the sun is very high
I need to find a way to heaven's door
You can hear me when you're sleeping
I'll be whistling in the wind
I'll see you on that distant golden shore

Golden shore, golden shore
(Golden shore, golden shore)
I'll see you on that distant golden shore
Can you hear me when you're sleeping
I'll be whistling in the wind
I'll see you on that distant golden shore


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"Golden Shore" as written by Reid Alan Paley Charles Thompson

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