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In your song I feel restless
Have you got more to say?

You sing your verse to me endless
Have you got more to say?

Carry me another day
We've rearranged

You are always the song that is playing
Sing it to me again
Caught in the breeze
But were spinning
Can we sail today?

Drag me along in your life against the grain

Changing your tide, I feel weightless
Can we sail today?

Once captivated, now set free
The melody slips away

Carry me another day
We've rearranged

You are always the song that is playing
Sing it to me again
Caught in the breeze
But were spinning
Can we sail today?

Drag me along in your life against the grain

You are always the song that is playing
Sing it to me again
Caught in the breeze
But were spinning
Can we sail today?

Carry me another day
We've rearranged

You were alway's the song that is playing and I'm singing



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