"Horses of the Sun" as written by and Natasha Khan....
I curse the road, I curse the road
And I came home to the love you gave
And as I walked through my door I saw the stars spelled out: saved
And all the gardens bloomed a flower for each day I was away

Now I'm saved
Baby, saved

And I was alive
And I was alive
And I was alive
And I was alive

You and me, we're more than on the run
Busting at the heavens like the horses of the sun
You and me, we're more than on the run
Busting at the heavens like the horses of the sun

I curse the road, I curse the road
And I came home to the love you gave
And as I walked through my door I saw the stars spelled out: saved
And all the gardens bloomed a flower for each day I was away

Now I'm saved
Baby, saved

And I was alive
And I was alive
And I was alive
And I was alive

You and me, we're more than on the run
Busting at the heavens like the horses of the sun
You and me, we're more than on the run
Busting at the heavens like the horses of the sun

You and me, we're more than on the run
Busting at the heavens like the horses of the sun
You and me, we're more than on the run
Busting at the heavens like the horses of the sun


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"Horses of the Sun" as written by Natasha Khan

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    Song MeaningNatasha explained the song meaning to Qthemusic:

    "This was the first song I wrote for the album. It was written in a hotel room at the end of the Two Suns tour. It sounds most like the old stuff to me. I wrote it on an autoharp in a hotel room. When I brought it back, what moved it into the realm of the new album was [co-producer] David Kosten and I working on this Rihanna-y, Lil Wayne style snare beats, thinking of Snoop Dogg. I was really exploring my voice, trying out the lower part of my register. The content of the song makes sense that it's the first one, it says I curse the road. It's walking back through my door off this crazy journey and deciding to stay at home in England and not move for a couple of years. I wanted to incorporate a much more English sound on this album. I was looking at the history of the English side of my family and reading a lot of old English authors and romantic poetry. There are quite archaic themes in there."
    BatLoveron February 20, 2014   Link

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