"Afternoon Song" as written by and Robert Charles/sullivan Heaton....
Time passes slow, fields stretch out across open acres
Time passes slow, the giant steps of mankind touch us so little in the great lands
Our little storm whirls away out across calm wide oceans
In this sacred breath, you and I falling for ever and ever and ever
The news peoples' dull voices bring the distant tidings of great disasters, politicians speaking in

Some solemn tone, the crisis of a different world,
The panic of the thousands, the destiny of millions, so far away
Time passes slow, sunlight sparkles on rippling waters
And the trees they sway, I don't believe in the things that I can't see
Our little storm whirls away out across calm wide oceans
In this sacred breath, you and I falling for ever and ever and ever


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"Afternoon Song" as written by Robert Charles Heaton Justin Edward Sullivan

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