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  1. Storm Rider

From the recording Borrowed Lines in Borrowed Time

Words by Carrie-Ann Tkaczyk
Music by Ragon Linde

Lyrics

Years ago,
when she started to glide
her family tried to keep her
on the ground,
but not her, no not her, not her
CHORUS                   
When she broke through the sky
To where no one dared to fly
she knew she would die
She felt all the passion, all the pain
she would never be the same
When she broke through the sky
 
But the day the storm rider
was taken up, and up, and up
thirty thousand feet high
A spinning fruit fly tumbling past hail and thunder
The winds tore her asunder
 
Until she, like Icarus, she burned the sky
No chance to survive, no way to get down alive
from that forty degrees below
It all turned black and she prepared to go
CHORUS                   
 
When she awakes an hour later
the wind smashes her down,
Down, she is surfing down
And then she lands on the ground
Alive, still alive, she survived
After scratching the thin veil of space.
Thirty thousand feet when she survived.
 
CHORUS                   
When she broke through the sky
To where no one dared to fly
she knew she would die
not the storm rider, she was only found
in the oversoul sky,
only found in life unbound