Rusted Nail

Album: Siren Charms (2014)
  • You want someone to blame
    The one who drives the rusted nail
    But who's left will never care
    Pretending becomes a chore
    All you search for, a little piece of mind
    Too far, too deep, the two faced smile
    So lost, you feel, I know

    Wide awake but still asleep
    Always a stranger in a crowd
    Wide awake, always a stranger in a crowd

    Just this once
    Listen to the words I say
    If you want I will
    I'm there until the end of time

    Leave the doomed behind
    Search with different light
    You were trying to remember
    But it's all make believe

    You are, you are, you are

    Wide awake but still asleep (wide awake but still asleep)
    Always a stranger in a crowd

    Just this once
    Listen to the words I say
    If you want I will
    I'm there until the end of time

    Just this once
    Listen to the words I say
    If you want, I'm there

    Just this once
    Listen to the words I say
    If you want I will
    I'm there until the end of time Writer/s: ANDERS FRIDEN, BJORN GELOTTE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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