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Lyrics Fall Free Alan Parsons Project

Song Lyrics For Fall Free by Alan Parsons Project



(Bairnson, Elliott, Parsons)
What?s the use of worrying
If we?ll be here tomarrow
All we need to be is here today
Don?t care if you?re rich
Or if you have to beg and borrow
You can always find a way
Dive and breakaway
Fall free
Freedom?s in the air
It?s calling you
Your heart is there
Fall free
Blaze accross the sky
The perfect fall
The perfect high
Mother earth looks peaceful
As we climb towards the ceiling
We must be ten thousand feet or more
Hear the windrush screaming
While we fight to curb our feelings
As we stand beside the door
Let our spirits soar
Fall free
Freedom?s in the air
It?s calling you
Your heart is there
Fall free
Blaze accross the sky
The perfect fall
The perfect high
Vocal Steve Overland
Guitars Ian Bairnson
Drums Stuart Elliott
Bass John Giblin
Keyboards Gary Sanctuary and Richard Cottle
Additional Backing Vocals Peter Beckett
(Inspired by Rob Harris, World Champion Skysurfer)

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