"Sundream" as written by Jonathon George, Tyrone Ken Lindqvist and James Douglas Roy Hunt....
I want to feel that you want it
I want to feel by the morning
I want to feel that you want it
Oh let me feel what you are

Flashes on match heads
Splashes of ashes
Embers arising
Smoke fills the skies in

Wind blows in then crashes
Waves over the ashes
Hills washed up in violet
Eyes close up to hide it

I want to feel that you want it
I want to feel by the morning
I want to feel that you want it
Oh let me feel what you are

I want to feel that you want it
I want to feel by the morning
I want to feel that you want it
Oh let me feel what you are

Freefall in Paris
Sundreams in flashes
Growing and rising
Rain fills the skies in

Sunday morning crashes
Flickering of lashes
Sink into the mattress
Fall into the atlas

Flashes on match heads
Splashes of ashes
Sink in the mattress
Tell me that you want it

I want to feel that you want it
I want to feel by the morning
I want to feel that you want it
Oh let me feel what you are

I want to feel that you want it
I want to feel by the morning
I want to feel that you want it
Oh let me feel what you are


Lyrics submitted by 60_miles_an_hour, edited by birman-kai, fergo93

"Sundream" as written by Jonathon George Tyrone Ken Lindqvist

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    My InterpretationNot 100% on these lyrics (I transcribed them myself). If you think there should be an amendment please let me know! :)

    This song is soooo gorgeous. Probably my favourite from the album. So dreamy... it makes me feel like going on holiday, and relaxing and chilling with somebody I love :)
    60_miles_an_houron August 10, 2013   Link

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