Siren Charms

Album: Siren Charms (2014)
  • How far until the edge?
    These wrong ways are mine
    But the whole world can just go to hell
    This life is killing me
    My feelings inside I can't explain
    I'm awake, but not for long

    The hope is still not gone
    Somewhere behind the clouds
    I'll set you free if you follow me
    Reach out touch the hand of God

    I gave you the story of my life
    Some of my precious time
    But I'm tired of this
    With every promise of eternal light
    Another feeling dies

    The hope is still not gone
    Somewhere behind the clouds
    I'll set you free if you follow me
    Reach out touch the hand of God

    The hope is still not gone
    Somewhere behind the clouds
    I'll set you free if you follow me
    Reach out touch the hand of God
    (Reach out touch the hand of God)
    I'll set you free if you follow me
    Reach out touch the hand of God Writer/s: Anders Friden, Bjorn Gelotte
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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