Flood

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lyrics

The water’s rising, it’s rising, it’s rising up
it must be something I said
and I am searching, I’m searching, I’m searching out
is there still time to forgive?

my heart is beating, it’s beating, it’s beating hard
I feel it pull in my chest
and now I’m running, I’m running, I’m running fast
no time to think of regrets

If I could save you, if I could find you
if I could keep you safe from the flood
if I could help you, if I could raise you
stop you from hurting, you are my blood

I would move mountains, I would cross borders
I’d raise an army, bring them to war
I’d give it everything that I had
until I was looking into your eyes once more


and now the clock keeps on ticking
the sun keeps on slipping down
our time is rolling away

we could be miles from the nearest point
where we could rest a bit
before we start the next day

I don’t know how long this little boat
can keep us safe – I don’t know
how long your eyes will stay dry

but I am searching your waves for a small piece of land
or for a bird from your sky

and if I could give you reason for living
if I could help you learn to break free
if I could show you all of this beauty
if you could see the things that I see

I would move mountains, I would cross borders
I’d raise an army, bring them to war
I’d give it everything that I had
until I was looking into your eyes once more

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from Larkhall, released March 27, 2016

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