"Cathedral" as written by Marc Daumail and Morgane Imbeaud....
I came from the valley and you came from the sea,
You smelt like the sand.
How far up the river would you go, would you go,
To meet me again ?

And I build a cathedral with the shells that you hid in the hole in a tree.
And I loved the words you said when I told you what the ravens sing in my dreams.

You pushed on my heart every night and every day
To keep me alive.
And you kissed my mouth and I learnt to walk
And I learnt to try.

Oh can you hear the horses ? It means the season changes, it means the season changes.
When the river overflows I’ll run to the bridges, I’ll run to the bridges.
And for now don’t be afraid if the sun never rises, the sun never rises.
There’s a time to let is grow, a time to let it slow,
And a time to let it go.

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"Cathedral" as written by Morgane Imbeaud Marc Daumail


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