"The Bridge Song" as written by George Edward Iii Pendergast, Scott Preston Alexander, Rodney Browning-cravens, John Robert Richards and Jim B Wood....
I don't know where to go
So I guess I have to fly
I'll have to dream of all good things before I die

So where to go
Lord I guess I'll have to fly
I'll have to dream of all good things before I die

And it's getting so much harder to be one
these days
So much harder to believe
So much harder to be one these days
So much harder to believe

And did they know that they'd need a fence so
high
Cause giving up is a total waste of time
I stop to breathe in air B as I
Watch the ground beneath us blend into the sky
I don't know where to go



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"The Bridge Song" as written by John Robert Richards George Edward Iii Pendergast

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    General CommentWell, defiantly leads me to belive that they are Christians. Although I'm not full sure about this.

    This song kind of gives off a sence that he is about to die, but maybe it's more about how he is losing his faith in God. I don't know where to go with this song, maybe I'll come up with something more indepth later. It is not like any one is reading this.....
    Poboon June 17, 2003   Link
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    General Comment"And did they know that they'd need a fence so high/'Cause giving up is a total waste of time."
    silentsailoron July 26, 2005   Link

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