"Phoenix" as written by Nicholas George Littlemore, Peter Bruce Mayes, Elton John, Bernie Taupin, Joseph Jefferson, Leroy Bell, Casey James and Thom Bell....
Why's it never light on my lawn
Why does it rain and never say good-day to the new-born
On the big screen they showed us a sun
But not as bright in life as the real one
It's never quite the same as the real one

I never learned why meteors were formed
I only farmed in schools that were so warn and torn
If anyone can cry then so can I
I read books and draw life from the eye
All my life is drawings from the eye

Your mission bells were wrought by ancient men
The roots were formed by twisted roots
Your roots were twisted then
I was re-born before all life could die
The Phoenix bird will leave this world to fly
If the Phoenix bird can fly then so can I


Lyrics submitted by Arckhea

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