Pegasus Paroles

John Denver

Paroles Pegasus

Pegasus Video:
Paroles de Pegasus Peaceful valleys, animals and children asking meTell the story that you told, of sailors drinking teaTell the one about the man who saddled up the windPegasus and flying fish and woodmen made of tin.A kid knows what he wants to beBefore he's nine or tenCowboys, clowns and men of warAnd someone else's friendBut nine grows into big boy's pantsAnd then to scars and painTwenty's fast and hard as nailsBut doesn't come again.There's days to fall and days to riseAnd days for making hasteDays for seeking out yourselfBut no days you can wasteNight times filled with love song goodIt aches to rest it downEndless hallways dark with sleepAnd rivers dark with soundPeaceful valleys, animals and children asking meTell the story that you told, of sailors drinking teaTell the one about the man who saddled up the windPegasus and flying fish and woodmen made of tin.Children climbing on my armsAnd pigeons on my headGet thee up my little manAnd dream a dream insteadDream a dream of rocking chairsAnd flying through the nightThen dream until the morning's goneAnd turned the dark to lightThen come and get your daddyIf he hasn't blown awayRock him in your children's handsAnd help him find his wayTake him to your hiding placeAnd let him come insideHe's never tell your secretCross my heart and hope to die.Peaceful valleys, animals and children asking meTell the story that you told, of sailors drinking teaTell the one about the man who saddled up the windPegasus and flying fish and woodmen made of tin.




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