"Found You" as written by and Vincent Neff David Maclean....
I've seen your face in better days
How times have changed
The seasons come and go
Even so it's strange
You're looking just the same
You've come around again
To claim and call in what I owe you
Take what you want take anything
I can't believe
You've finally returned
I was so naive
To sign along the line
But now I've changed my mind
I broke the deal we agreed on

The hammer falls to rows of laughter
The journey calls you have no answer
Take one final last look around you
You'll never know just how I found you

I've heard my name spoken in vain so many times
You called well here I am what is yours is mine
There's nothing you won't tell
But I don't want the wealth you made
That's not what I returned for
Who lit the charge played all the parts
Surely we knew
That I just found my flames time to see this through
Who opened up the door
And let me in before
Look up there's everything to play for

The hammer falls to rows of laughter
The journey calls you have no answer
Take one final last look around you
You'll never know just how I found you

I've seen your face in better days
How times have changed
The seasons come and go even so it's strange
You're looking just the same
You've come around again
To claim, and call in what I owe you
I've seen your face in better days
How times have changed
The seasons come and go even so it's strange
You're looking just the same
You've come around again
To claim, and call in what I owe you


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"Found You" as written by Vincent Neff James Dixon

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    General CommentI hear "the jury calls" instead of journey, but I feel it could go either way. Seems like a court setting, so jury makes more sense to me. My thoughts drift to my experience going to court for divorce in this song.
    wondersparkon September 09, 2016   Link

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