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Cool breeze in sullen field
Soft light in troubled years
Take this caged bird and release her free words
Scent of flowers in urban towers
Clear horizons in smoked stained skies
Take this caged bird and release her free words
'Cause I've wanted to escape into your world
I've been drifting in your waters as I sleep
I've wanted to melt into your arms
I've been travelling in these new forsaken seas

Melt Me down like chocolate
'Cause I'm better like tha
Melt me down like chocolate
'Cause I'm better like that

Sweet fruit in perished lands
Ripe heart in hardened minds
Take this caged bird and release her free words
Soft voice in roaring lanes
Warm touch in frozen ways
Take this caged bird and release her free words
'Cause I've wanted to escape into your world
I've been drifting in your waters as I sleep
I've wanted to melt into your arms
I've been travelling in these new forsaken seas

Melt me down like chocolate
'Cause I'm better like that
Melt me down like chocolate
'Cause I'm better like that



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