"It Wouldn't Hurt To Have Wings" as written by and Jerry/morris Foster....
Don't get me wrong, I'm doin' alright
Can't you see I'm okay
I'm not at home all alone every night
I'm out there dancin' old memories away

But it wouldn't hurt to have wings to lift me above
All the pain of the past and your mind-wreckin' love
They say time can fly like a magical thing
But it sure wouldn't hurt to have wings

I don't see things like love anymore
The rose-colored glasses are gone
I won't be fooled like I was before
I'm learnin' now how to fly on my own


I'm gonna fly like an eagle and rise above it all

[Chorus:Repeat x2]

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"It Wouldn't Hurt to Have Wings" as written by John Robert Morris Jerry Foster

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    General CommentI love this song and I can identify with it.

    It suggest to me it's about anyone who's been in a bad and abusive relationship. They are healing, but healing slowly, and they want to heal faster to get on with their lives.
    Clockeron August 17, 2016   Link

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