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From A Second Story Window – Ghosts Over Japan lyrics

Sometimes we can see the skylines rise above these fields of sinking stones,
Crawling away from the sun again.
Feels like forever since this all began,
And these prayers of mine are lost in this house of sand.
And we float away like the ghosts over Japan.

And they float away like the wind, like the wind.
And will you stay with me, or will you leave me?
We can change this world forever.

Look outside your window and see,
The world as it starts crumbling down again, here we go.
Stay with me, wait with me, we can see down again, here we go.
Stay with me, wait with me, we can see down again, here we go.
Down again and here we go.

Walk away into this dream,
Walk away into this dream,
Walk away into this dream,
It will end with me.



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