"Seasons" as written by Michael Clayton Arbeeny, Daniel D. Himler, Brooke St. James and James B. Kennedy....
So long ago she took my hand
I heard the sound of the sea sinkin' in the sand
But we changed like the seasons, I never understand
Seasons they fly, stealin', they never will say why they've come and gone
Takin' their time, like shapes in the night, they pass alone
When I'm down, I got the midnight fireworks while singin' blues
Got my walking papers, got my walking shoes
Oh, babe, you know I'm comin' to you
I see your face on every stranger passes by
And I can't shake desire from my mind
When I find you, I'm a wild horse ride that can't be denied, no more
You can put me on a track and point me straight back home
Oh, you can beg me and close the door
I see your face on every stranger passes by
And I can't shake desire from my mind
Now this cup is getting cold and I've read through your letter
So many damn times
I know where I've got to go and I should have known better
Than to waste my time


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"Seasons" as written by Daniel Himler Michael Clayton Arbeeny

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