Christmas Tree

Drifting like the ocean
Daydreams dancing in the wind
Sand is sticking to our bodies
Just like sugar on our skin
The day is getting older
Oh, but we are still so young
Higher than the stars above
And faded like the sun

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

Call It Dreaming

Say it’s here where our pieces fall in place
We can fear ’cause the feelin’s fine to betray
Where our water isn’t hidden
We can burn and be forgiven
Where our hands hurt from healin’
We can laugh without a reason

Rise

We are young we are the dreamers we will fly
When the world will not believe us,
We will rise above the ashes
Before this whole life passes us by
You and I, we will rise

The Emptiest Day

And I am looking for the well that won’t run dry
The rest that weary thoughts cannot deny
When You wrap Your arms around me
I can walk away or face the emptiest day

Spare Tire Orchestra

I’m a wall clock, my hands are stuck, but twice I’m right
I’m a three-legged dog but I can wag my tail alright
It’s not the pretty love songs that keep your love alive
But a spare tire orchestra, now get back in and drive

Astronaut

I am an astronaut, a renegade
Tearing through the dark, own a new way
It’s ride or die, seize the night
I’m gonna burn it up, up, up, up

Karaoke

Take me out and we’ll karaoke
Tonight we feel famous, don’t we?
Pick me up and we’ll make a movie
I’m acting like the world can’t hold me down, down, down
They’ll never hold me down, down, down
We’ll pass the mic around, around, around, around

The Age Of Worry

Close your eyes and clone yourself
Build your heart an army
To defend your innocence
While you do everything wrong

Remember December

I remember you and I
We were standing still in time
As we watched the starlight shining bright
We dream of forever
We’ll be together
I remember December time

If I Said (Colin Blunstone) | Daily Prompt: By Heart

You’re asked to recite a poem (or song lyrics) from memory — what’s the first one that comes to mind? Does it have a special meaning, or is there another reason it has stayed, intact, in your mind? If I said I loved you would it be so bad? Why should it change all that…