Tempest

Album: Koi No Yokan (2012)
  • Take out the stories
    They've put into your mind
    And brace for the glory
    As you stare into the sky

    The sky beneath
    I know you can't be tired
    Lay there
    Stare at the ceiling

    And switch back to your time just go ahead now try
    And taste it I know it should be ripe, thrust, ahead

    Turning in circles
    Been caught in a stasis
    The ancient arrival

    Cut to the end
    I'd like to be taken
    Apart from the inside
    Then spit through the cycle right to the end

    I wonder just how you shaped it
    To get back to your prize, thrust ahead

    Turning in circles
    Been caught in a stasis
    The ancient arrival
    Cut to the end

    I'd like to be taken
    Apart from the inside
    Then spit through the cycle right to the end

    Wake for the glory
    I know you can't be tired

    Turning in circles
    Been caught in a stasis
    The ancient arrival
    Cut to the end

    I'd like to be taken
    Apart from the inside
    Then spit through the cycle right to the end

    Inside, inside, inside
    Turning in circles
    Been caught in a stasis
    I want you to take me
    Apart from the inside
    Right to the end Writer/s: Abe Cunningham, Chino Camilo Moreno, Frank Mirelez Delgado, Sergio Vega, Stephen Carpenter
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