Catch the Wind

Artist: Oliver Daldry
Composer: Oliver Daldry
Album: Departure

We were foolish, we were kind
So caught up inside of time
In the emptiness’ divineness
By all we had to find
We’d be focusing on minds, and what we couldn’t leave behind
In all the fire and smoke
We could not catch the wind

I would smile at you and all
But that one day upon the ropes
Where we’d learn to love and cope with the love you couldn’t show
And at the bottom of the oak
Where you oh so softly spoke
That we’d been lucky all our lives
We’ll never catch the wind

Raise a glass my dear, my love
Every time you think of love
And the frustration you would hide
And you’ve been lucky all your life
But you’ll never catch the wind

I took all your foolish ways
And I played all your childish games
And we’d never learn to say every time you weren’t so brave
I’d never seen that face
But in my heart, it’s you I crave
You can hate it all you want
You’ll never catch the wind

I know all is said and done
And we don’t talk at all, not once
And I regret I’ve filled my lungs
With every single song I’ve sung
Oh we were never meant to win
How I even thought to think it
Now it’s beating at my limbs
I’ll never catch the wind

Just raise a glass my dear, my love
Every time you think of us
And the frustration you would hide
And you’ve been lucky all your life
I’ve been so lucky all my life
We’ve been so lucky all our lives
But we’ll never catch the wind

 

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