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Matt Hires – Turn The Page lyrics

My heart has flown to fields of flowers and open roads
While I'm left lying in my bed
The darkness holds little rest for weary bones
Now turn the page, the chapter's ending

The earth is on her knees
As oceans cover me
Sail your ship across my sea
And I'll see you in my sleep

So far from home the lights still shining from your soul
It's burning holes into my head
The flowers grow, the night is moving way too slow
But I don't wanna see her smiling fading

The earth is on her knees
As oceans cover me
Sail your ship across my sea
And I'll see you in my sleep

But I'm not alone, I'm with the lover of my soul
And where else could I go?

Where else could I go?
Where else could I go?
Oh, where else could I go?
Where else could I go?
Oh, Oh, where else could I go?
Where else could I go?

The earth is on her knees
As oceans cover me
Sail your ship across my sea
And I'll see you in my sleep

Oh, oh, the earth is on her knees
As oceans cover me
And won't you sail your ship across my sea?
And I'll see you in my sleep

I'll see you in my sleep
Oh, I'll see you in my sleep



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/m/matt_hires/turn_the_page.html

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