Mary’s Arms

Far away
In a forgotten time
you long for the touch
Of a mothers loving hands
Forever gone

Come this way
Across the evening sky
In a dream finding sea shells
Upon a distant shore
you break the run

So won’t you come over
And stay for a while
We’ll walk barefoot on moonbeams
Come down from her smile
And if you grow weary
Lay down like a child
In Mary’s arms

Back to days
Of golden miracles
you believed you were destined
To fly above the world
you were not wrong

Have your say
And then begin again
Just leave all the troubles
Gathered up along the way
And chase the sun

So Won’t you come over
And stay for a while
We’ll walk barefoot on moonbeams
Come down from her smile

And if you grow weary
Lay down like a child
In Mary’s arms
In these days
Of empty promises

No matter your heartache there’s still another mile
That’s just begun
So won’t you come over
And stay for a while
We’ll walk barefoot on moonbeams

Come down from her smile
And if you grow weary
Lay down like a child
In Mary’s arms

Written by Paul Bromwell
Copyright © 2004 Emily's Music