Long Past The Horizon

It's about just deciding one day to go travelling, whether it's out of boredom or an urge to 'find oneself'

We've took a step out of our door

It seems we're only going as fast as our feet can take us

Leaving the ruin, the sinking ship of our town behind

We going far from home now, what will we ever find

 

Long ago we passed the horizon

Long ago we were carried by the wind

 

We found the long road and started the car

Beyond the highway we've crossed the desert

Abandon ship, the wreckage of our town far gone, far behind

And it seems we're never going back this time

 

Long ago we passed the horizon

Long ago we were carried by the wind

 

The cradle of mountain peaks but we're not even close

The never-ending discovery of an eternal episode

Farewell my home, the wreckage and ruin of our town

Direction lost, but finally in spirit found

 

Long ago we passed the horizon

Long ago we were carried by the wind

 

 

The End

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