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Seas To Skylines – Amelia lyrics

You flew away, across the sea
Past mountain heights to gather peace.
No bitter joy can hear the sound
Of every choice to spread your wings,
And so we pay with courage found
To challenge days and make them count.

Oh, where did you go?
I was waiting, but you never came home.
Now I wonder if you're stranded or drowned.
I keep praying that someday you'll be found,
But deep inside I know you won't...

Itasca? Electra, here.
I think that we should be on you,
But there's no visual and gas is low.
I'm unable to read your signal...

Noonan, forget the clouds!
There's nothin' that I can do...
Thank you, for everything.
G. P. I'm really sorry...

Oh, where did you go?
I was waiting, but you never came home.
Now I wonder if you're stranded or drowned.
I keep praying that someday you'll be found,
But deep inside I know...

Mayday! D'you read me now?
We've run out of all our fuel!
We're diving straight for the sea,
The engines are not responding!

Noonan, forget the clouds!
There's nothin' that I can do!
So thank you, for everything!
G. P. I'm really sorry!

Mayday! We're goin' down!
Oh god, there's so much water!

Where did you go?
Where did you go?
Amelia, please come home...

Where did you go?
Where did you go?
Amelia, please come home,
Please come home...

Note: the first verse was based off
Amelia Earhart's poem entitled 'Courage'



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/seas_to_skylines/amelia.html

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