"Y A N A" as written by Kimberley Kenneth Benzie, Stewart Alexander Hill, Luke Williams, Luke James Palmer and Clinton James Vincent....
Keep setting fires
Keep drinking water
Breathe while you can
This earth is your garden

You are the same
We are the weakest link
We are born naked
We may see our end before our time

One more stolen living heart in hand

Beating out
Sleeping fast like sand
Help me now before I sleep again
Sing to me, shadow
Tell me what I've done

And it's there for you
Reaching out with aching arms
And it's in me
Calling you home

You are the same
We are the weakest link
We are born naked
We will see our end before our time
This earth is your garden

One more broken living heart in hand
Beating out
Slipping fast like sand
Help me now before I sleep again
Hold me in this life
Sheltered from what might come

And it's there for you
Reaching out with aching arms
And it's in me
Calling you home

Opening outward and filling your eyes
Flowing back in as you're breathing its light

And it's there for you
Reaching out with aching arms
And it's in me
Calling you home


Lyrics submitted by unbeliever121

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