"In Places on the Run" as written by and Gilbert Alexander/laird-clowes Gabriel....
All alone in bridge of silence
I suppose you shouldn't stay,
All alone in dream's asylum
Don't you know we've come a long way

I suppose we were
Somewhere in the sun
We walked in coloured fields
In places on the run.

What a dream I had
Dressed in coloured shawls
Though the night was so warm
And a nightingale

Sat on a castle wall
While the river ran on
Calling, hearing you call
The river ran on

Running
The river ran on.
It felt as if we were
In places yet unknown

We walked through the bazaars
In places on the run
What a dream I had
Walking by the wall

Oh the raiment and all
The stars that flickered by
Soon to be replaced
If I asked them they'd fall

Calling, hearing you call
The river ran on
Running
The river ran on.

What a dream I had
Dressed in coloured shawls
Though the night was so warm,
And in the darkness I

Tried to take your hand
But it was nothing at all.
Nothing at all
The river ran on

Nothing at all.
The river ran on.


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"In Places on the Run" as written by Nick Laird-clowes Gilbert Alexander Gabriel

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