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Sea Wolf – Changing Seasons lyrics

I watched you sleeping and could not believe it
You and I beneath shadows on ceiling
You seem so different so much younger than before
I'm still the impostor with my suitcase on the floor

Sometimes the feeling coming back
I feel that darkness at my back
That's why I'm always being engine
And you can fool it till the season's changing

Outside the windows of canyons of buildings
Some storm came down washed away the silence
Even when the roof filled up began the some beans
Still solve the curtains and love that seems

Sometimes the feeling coming back
I feel that darkness at my back
That's why I'm always being engine

And you can fool it till the season's changing

And I'm still looking forward
Oh I'm still looking forward

I put on the brave face
Left some words on paper legs
Hoping that I would some day come to be
A man you always saw in me

Sometimes the feeling coming back
I feel that darkness at my back
That's why I'm always being engine
And you can fool it till the season's changing
Till the season's changing
Till the season's changing
Till the season's changing
Till the season's changing

And I'm still looking forward, yeah I'm still looking forward



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