#03693
Fall (Alan Doyle) video
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©2017 ~ Used with permission ~

Why do I keep running through these paces?
I close my eyes and I see how the story goes;
The little lies that Friday night erases,
And dawn is a dagger that finds me alone.

Tell me why I keep stumbling through these places,
Why can't I leave well enough alone?
All the while I search through strangers' faces,
Looking for something I might call my own.

I want a love that can lift me above and up,
Onto the edge of it all;
I long so much for the tumbling rush of it,
I wanna know,
Know what it feels like to fall. Oh-oh. Oh-oh.

What if I might be too afraid to face it,
At closing time I let you slip away?
Oh let me try, give me courage, give me graces,
To look into your eyes and somehow to say:

I want a love that can lift me above and up,
Onto the edge of it all;
I long so much for the tumbling rush of it,
I wanna know,
Know what it feels like to...
I want a love that can lift me above and up,
Onto the edge of it all;
I long so much for the tumbling rush of it,
I wanna know,
Know what it feels like to...

Fall from the face of it,
Far from the safety net;
I want a love, I don't care if it's dangerous,
I know my stranger is out there and waiting and,
Thinking the same thing,
And singing the same refrain.

I want a love that can lift me above and up,
Onto the edge of it all;
I long so much for the tumbling rush of it,
I wanna know, I wanna know.
I want love that can lift me above and up.
Onto the edge of it all;
I long so much for the tumbling rush of it,
I wanna know,
Know what it feels like to fall. Oh-oh. Oh-oh.
Know what it feels like to fall. Oh-oh. Oh-oh.

####.... Alan Doyle of Petty Harbour, NL, from his album A Week At The Warehouse, trk#3, 2017, © ℗ Skinner's Hill Music Ltd, under exclusive license to Universal Music Canada ....####
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