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In Tune by Byron Langley - All Lyrics

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Last updated: May 6, 2020
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Lyric
Sat
Beneath
The
Bright
Old
Sky
And
Told
Me
All
It's
Plans
Overheard
By
All
The
Birds
And
Ants
Spoke
Of
All
The
Unknown
Things
That
I
Will
Come
To
Do
Thinkers
Thought
Slightly
Overdue
Don't
Wait
On
Winds
To
Blow
The
Sea
Is
Ready
Waves
Might
Break
Before
You
Had
The
Chance
To
Ride
Goodbye
And
Take
Care
Oh
My
Life's
Going
Anywhere
I
Hope
To
Be
On
The
Docks
The
Day
The
Ship
Comes
Through
I'll
Tell
All
My
Friends
They
Won't
Know
Because
I
Haven't
Met
Them
What
A
Pretty
Sound
The
Day
I
Was
In
Tune
I
Sat
Along
The
Bright
Old
Sun
Around
The
World
Today
A
Firebird
From
The
Ashes
And
The
Clay
Day
Is
Done
But
Night
Will
Come
The
Moon
Must
Have
It's
Say
Be
Homeward
Bound
If
I
Knew
The
Way
Don't
Wait
On
Winds
To
Blow
The
Sea
Is
Ready
Waves
Might
Break
Before
You
Have
The
Chance
To
Ride
Goodbye
And
Take
Care
Oh
My
Life's
Going
Anywhere
I
Hope
To
Be
On
The
Docks
The
Day
The
Ship
Comes
Through
I'll
Tell
All
My
Friends
They
Won't
Know
Because
I
Haven't
Met
Them
What
A
Pretty
Sound
The
Day
I
Was
In
Tune
Ignite
My
Heart
There's
Muddy
Rain
Dripping
Through
Blessed
Veins
Goodbye
And
Take
Care
Oh
My
Life's
Going
Anywhere
I
Hope
To
Be
On
The
Docks
The
Day
The
Ship
Comes
Through
I'll
Tell
All
My
Friends
They
Won't
Know
Because
I
Haven't
Met
Them
What
A
Pretty
Sound
The
Day
I
Was
In
Tune
Goodbye
And
Take
Care
Oh
My
Life's
Going
Anywhere
I
Hope
To
Be
On
The
Docks
The
Day
The
Ship
Comes
Through
I'll
Tell
All
My
Friends
They
Won't
Know
Because
I
Haven't
Met
Them
What
A
Pretty
Sound
The
Day
I
Was
In
Tune
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