Bruce Murdoch Wings Lyrics
Like the sound of a poem on the pages of time;
Made love to your voice on a telephone line.
If your eyes would send a smile, I'd take the songs I sing;
And make the mountains ring if I had you, if I had wings.
In between the rains and the seasons they send;
No pain that a word from you couldn't mend.
I would gladly trade away the winter winds that swing;
Through all the rites of spring if I had you, if I had wings.
Yesterday the sidewalks froze, city fell behind;
Fortunately people keep the things that they hold precious in their
Built-in rhyme when you talk and the way that you move;
Ya oughta know by now that I've got it for you,
I would wander through this world richer than a king,
With a million gifts to bring if I had you, if I had wings.