Treasure Island

Mark Hopwood

(27th July 1974 / Liverpool)

Future Unwinding


They say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger
All I know is that I can't be dead any longer
And so I try to be me,
But will I fall?
Can I set my mind free?
Will I ever stand tall?

I can only wait and see
Through the eyes in my head
But I can look forward and see
With the eye of my mind
So I just let the future unwind.
I let the future unwind in me.

I see the future unwinding
I feel the light is gonna be blinding
And I know that there's only one way of finding
And that is to search through the future unwinding,
Through the future unwinding in me.

Submitted: Saturday, July 16, 2011
Edited: Saturday, July 16, 2011
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