Constant Resurrections

Album: Memory And Humanity (2008)
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  • Closing, folding like a star
    Brings you back to see the lights
    Bluest water falling down on your skin, on your skin

    Keep your eyes locked away in some lonely place
    Don't stop, don't stop when the music's over

    Crosses made to bear the weight
    You never bothered to explain
    Questions swim around your head

    Keep your eyes locked away in some lonely place
    Don't stop, don't stop when the music's over now

    Closing, folding like a star
    Brings you back to see the lights
    Bluest water falling down on your skin, on your skin

    Keep your eyes locked away in some lonely place
    Don't stop, don't stop when the music's over now

    It's over now, it's over now
    It's over now, it's over now
    Writer/s: GARETH DAVIES, DARRAN SMITH, KRIS ROBERTS, MATTHEW DAVIES, RYAN RICHARDS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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