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Mary Gauthier – Morphine 1-2 lyrics
[Verse 1]
Rotors spin as she's running for the bell
She was a fearless pilot with a heart of gold
I never really knew her all that well
She had one more flight and she was heading home

[Verse 2]
Sprinting hard 'cause there were lives to save
He was a young Marine with an iron cross tattoo
A little cocky, righteous, strong, and brave
The co-pilot, Morphine 1-2

[Chorus]
And my head knows, but my heart can't see
And it's not like it should have been me
But I wish that I'd been there on that day
Even now, I'd take their place

[Verse 3]
Seven souls took off on that flight
It was a desert blood drop in the light of day
A few more seconds could have saved their lives
But the story wasn't gonna end that way

[Chorus]
And my head knows, but my heart can't see
And it's not like it should have been me
But I wish that I had been there on that day
Even now, I'd take their place

[Break]

[Verse 4]
Southern star shine down on me now
Lights that burn in everything I do
'Til we meet again someday somehow
Semper fi, Morphine 1-2

[Chorus]
And my head knows, but my heart can't see
And it's not like it should have been me
But I wish I'd been there on that day
Even now, I'd take their place

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