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ForceOfNature
Force Of Nature is a single from Miracle of Sound. It was written, produced, mixed and mastered by Gavin Dunne (Miracle Of Sound). Lyrics written by Gavin Dunne. Vocals arranged by Miracle Of Sound. Lead Vocals by Sarah Murray Music by Miracle Of Sound. This song was released on March 24, 2017.



Lyrics

Cast out of inclusion’s warm embrace
Peer in from a solitary space
The sting of rejection leaves
Its scars upon my face

I will run
I will fall
I will climb
Through it all
Ever keeping the pace...

‘Cause I can see the worlds unseen
I can hear them call to me
Harnessing the energy
From every fall and failure
I’ll be a force of nature
Upon a world of rust
I’ll be a force of nature
The only truth I trust
Is what I’ve seen

So eager to seek, so much to find
Got nothing to prove to narrow minds
They rant of redemption as I
Leave them long behind

In the bones
Of the earth
In the stones
And the dirt
There is form and design

‘Cause I can see the worlds unseen
I can hear them call to me
Harnessing the energy
From every fall and failure
I’ll be a force of nature
Upon a world of rust
I’ll be a force of nature
The only truth I trust
Is what I’ve seen

Cries of corrupted wires
Return to sleep
Blaze with the raging fires

‘Cause I can see the worlds unseen
Truth is in the mystery
Focus on the sting I feel
From every pain and danger

‘Cause I can see the worlds unseen
I can hear them call to me
Harnessing the energy
From every fall and failure
I’ll be a force of nature
Upon a world of rust
I’ll be a force of nature
The only truth I trust
Is what I’ve seen

Meaning

Inspired by Horizon: Zero Dawn

Official Video

HORIZON ZERO DAWN SONG - Force Of Nature by Miracle Of Sound04:08

HORIZON ZERO DAWN SONG - Force Of Nature by Miracle Of Sound




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