"Glacier" as written by and James Mcmorrow....
Someone here's a lie, somewhere underneath
Caught between the railing, mirroring the beat
I no longer feel and the years asleep
Show no sense of hope, staring honestly

I wanna go south of the river
Glacier slow in the heart of the winter
I wanna go south of the river, facing alone in the heart of the winter

And this we'll celebrate, this we'll celebrate
There and on the stage, this is a mistake
Damn me off too long, down the earth and moon
Damn the clawing kneeling, rustling into change
In a moment I was caught, calling by a storm
In the moment of a hot

I wanna go south of the river
Glacier slow in the heart of the winter
I wanna go south of the river, facing alone in the heart of the winter

I'm not in a glove called how

Few became, few became as glory as along
Against the forest state and starting living in the new
Harrow since, harrow since the farthest
Reach underneath inside a cheat
Something is alive, somewhere underneath
Caught between the real and the fake
I don't want to fit, there and has been found
Silence is so cold, and there's no sense at all
And I was someone else, I was something good
Barely in the old, there among the cold

I wanna go south of the river
Glacier slow in the heart of the winter
I wanna go south of the river, facing alone in the heart of the winter


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"Glacier" as written by James Mcmorrow

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    General CommentI think this song is about overcoming corruption and standing up for what you believe and what you know is right.
    blueberries7on October 28, 2015   Link
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    General CommentAlso I think it could mean to chase your dreams even if they're "impossible ".
    blueberries7on October 28, 2015   Link

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