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lyrics

You’re a dreamer
You dream of things
You dream of things that you can’t see
You’re falling down
Down to misery,can’t you let your dreams breathe
Look around nothing stands still
Take a risk babe stop acting like a child
You’re a dreamer you dream of dreams babe, but you can’t see open your eyes

Open your eyes, let yourself breathe, why do you have to let it lie
You’re a dreamer you dream about things
You dream about things that you can’t see
But you’re falling down to misery
Can’t you let your dreams breathe

Don’t you feel that you have it to prove
Are you to scared to make your move
Is that what it is boy

You can’t turn yourself around
Take your head up off the ground
Don’t you want more

You’re a dreamer dreaming babe
You can’t seem to find your own way
Your world keeps on falling down and you keep on going round
Don’t you want more

You’re a dreamer dreaming babe
You can’t seem to find your own way
Your world keeps on falling down and you keep on going round
Don’t you want more

Open your eyes, let yourself breathe, why do you have to let it lie
You’re a dreamer you dream about things
You dream about things that you can’t see
But you’rer falling down to misery
Can’t you let your dreams breathe

Pull yourself out follow the light
Didn’t you once say everybody finds their own way
Pull yourself out follow the light
Didn’t you once say we all find our own way

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from Into the Unknown, released April 21, 2017
Written by Ruth Lalor Arrangement by Nick Seymour, Robert Arkins & Seán Barron

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