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Across The Miles Lyrics

from Sonic Origami

"Across The Miles" is track #1 on the album Sonic Origami. It was written by Sullivan, Frank / Peterik, Jim.
"Across The Miles" is track #1 on the album Sonic Origami. It was written by Sullivan, Frank / Peterik, Jim.

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When I'm all alone on a distant path
And my ticket home has been torn in half
Oh, I can hear your voice girl
I can feel your touch, across the miles tonight

On the road again will it always be
That the dream has changed on its way to reality
Oh, but the thought of you
Strange how it pulls me through, across the miles tonight

And I am sending you this message
Through the wires tonight
Just close your eyes
And hold on tight

And here I am concentrating girl
With all my might
Now the sound of your laughter
Trails off through the midnight sky

As the miles go by cities come and go
When you close your eyes and listen to the radio
Girl can you hear my song?
The signal is clear and strong, across the miles tonight

And I am sending you this message
Through the wires tonight
Just close your eyes
And hold on tight

And here I am concentrating girl
With all my might
Now the sound of your laughter
Trails off across the miles

And I am sending you this message
Through the wires tonight
And I am sending you this message
Through the wires tonight
And I am sending you this message
Through the wires tonight

Songwriters
SULLIVAN, FRANK / PETERIK, JIM

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