Electric High

Album: Solaris (2009)
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  • I've painted all this over, been working overtime
    I'm a little far from heaven, but I'll survive
    Now your coming over, from the haze in the light
    and I am stood here watching, watching her cause
    I am close to surrender, to the point I forgive her

    Take me higher, take me high.
    I wanna feel your essence come to life.
    Electric high, Electric high.
    I just wanna feel, I just wanna feel you come to life

    Climbing into spaces as faces crystallize.
    I swear that we'll deliver to places we feel right.
    Chasing all your diamonds a thousand painted eyes.
    Running from the outside, god if I could fly.

    Smokes hits the sky line, setting a silver high
    diffuse and surrender to the point I forgive her

    Take me higher, take me high.
    I wanna feel your essence come to life.
    Electric high, Electric high.
    I just wanna feel, I just wanna feel you come to life

    Smokes hits the high light, setting a silver high
    diffuse and surrender to the point I forgive her Writer/s: ALEXANDER DAVIES, ED MINTON
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