Songwriter: David Higginbotham
Once was a bird that was flying so high, singing songs in Spring. Then one day she landed so hard, she tried but she couldn't sing.
One Day She Flew, the next thing she knew, she had a broken wing.
Walking when you're accustomed to flying, seems like you're going nowhere. Friends pass by with a wave and a smile, and you pretend to care.
One Day She Flew, the next thing she knew, everything seemed unfair.
Oh to fly with the light in your eyes into a new sunrise. To explore the endless blue skies watching the world tumbling by.
Once was a bird that was learning to fly, after a fall from the sky. It was hard but she tried and with time, she made it higher and higher.
One day she fell and who can tell if she'll sing her song in Spring.
One day she fell and who can tell if she'll sing her song again.