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Jordan Raycroft – Dancing With The Branches lyrics

Rainy day just go away, don’t come again next weekend.
Summer sun come shine on me and pour out all your loving.
Give me words give me verse a song to show I love you.
We’ll bloom like flowers in the day and we’ll be the ones
Dancing with the branches.

Let’s walk through the forest, our hands held so tight.
We’ll taste the laughter in the air, feel the green between our feet.
If there’s one thing I know it’s that you’re beautiful.
If there’s one thing I know, your love ain’t cheap.

We’re so far from home and it’s so far so good.
It’s so far so good because we’re so far from home.

My dear you’re living in the past, I saw you there the other day.
Out in the open wisdom calls, I heed the words she says.
See I was too once my father’s son, still tendered by my mother.
Now those days are so numbered as I grow in age.

We’re so far from home and yet it’s so far from good.
It’s so far from good because we’re so far from home.
We’re so far from home and yet it’s so far from good.
It’s so far from good because we’re so far from home.

Home.



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/j/jordan_raycroft/dancing_with_the_branches.html

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