Ariel Petrie

Ariel Petrie

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Pop - Alternative | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 21   
Member Since: 2017
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Song Description

Through The Clouds is a song about helping each other through the hard times. It is uplifting in both the lyrical theme and the music. Hope and joy are central to this song's lyrical theme.

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Lyrics

Hey wounded soul warrior
You braved the whole story and
Your wings are tired
But you're willing to try
Got worries always on the brain?
We'll save it for another day
Just lift your arms
Let me take you away

Through the Clouds, Through the clouds we'll go
Dancing on the wings of hope
We'll navigate the soul
Over oceans below
Into the greater divide
Where planets and orbits collide
We'll go

Now see the beauty all around
Far from the shadows on the ground
No need to fear
You're a friend to the sky
It's not so scary anymore
When you can soar above the war
Just lift your arms and
Together we'll fly

Through the Clouds, Through the clouds we'll go
Dancing on the wings of hope
We'll navigate the soul
Over oceans below
Into the greater divide
Where planets and orbits collide
We'll go

(higher, h-higher, higher)

We'll sail away forever
Sharing a dream together
In a world where we both belong
And in the brazen twilight
We'll learn to fight and
Live on and on and on

(Sailing on)
(Higher, h-higher, higher)

We'll navigate the soul
Over oceans below
Into the greater divide
Where planets and orbits collide
We'll go

(Sailing on)

Song Length
3:14
Genres
Pop - General, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Sociable, Blissful

Subject Matter
Hope, Joy

Similar Artists
The Lumineers, Of Monsters and Men
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Co-wrote with Scott Faircloff
Music Credits Guitar by Cole Suddarth, Background vocals by Joshua Eilts and Scott Faircloff, Mixed by Buckley Miller, Mastered by Richard Dodd
Producer Credits Scott Faircloff
Publisher Credits N/A
Label Credits N/A