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Thirty seven thousand feet, broken in a heartbeat.
This air supply, an elixir

To the sea, the singing sands.
This air supply, an elixir.

Late September, echoes of spring.
Thirty seven thousand feet, broken in a heartbeat.

To the sea, the singing sands
Broken in a heartbeat, broken in a heartbeat.



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    I'm not quite sure what this song is about but the synth at the very end reminds me of the synth in the middle of "the reason why". They're the same notes.

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