The Nail

Album: Something Wild (1997)
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  • Your eyes are full of hate, forty one,
    That's good
    Hate keeps a man alive, its gives him strength

    While cutting their shadows, kill them into the dark trough
    Black is all the way, furious never-ending darkness show
    Only way could be hard in their small and human nation
    I kill the first man, getting by death, we are God, through death

    Go, get up, victims that died
    Waiting for death, I should cry

    Take the farther off to cut your means,
    Listening up for afraid by means,
    They showed laughing me for my heart
    So they wake up these scythes, following me,
    Cold wind blow out, now to go,
    Let it go again with the scythes

    (Something wild!)

    It`s got the light, blow it out within you
    Never let the best shot come from fucking Avalon, that`s the one
    Time to feel my spirit, I gathered my souls
    Beat my night to kill them into my sin (doom, get up!)


    I can`t wait to for my heart
    I can`t get up, shadows, down (can't get up!)
    Set them along, time is right, far too along
    They wake me up (wake me up!) Writer/s: ALEKSI LAIHO
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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