Through Oblivion

Album: Siren Charms (2014)
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  • False affection took the best of me
    Deep inside, the absent mind
    Denial and hypocrisy
    All the same
    To do this we part our ways

    My destination, my mission, my intuition
    So close I feel it changing me
    Suddenly I know, I have to let it go
    All that's been lost, all that's been won
    Now I feel right before me
    Intentions are pure, I'm out of reach

    My destination, my mission, my intuition
    So close I feel it changing me
    I might dare to believe and I have wings (I have)
    Nothing and everything at the same time
    Oh, a brighter sun, don't worry

    Save me from my fears and darkest thought of her
    Carry me through times, through oblivion

    My destination, my mission, my intuition
    So close I feel it changing me
    I might dare to believe
    My destination, my mission, my intuition
    So close I feel it changing me
    I might dare to believe, 'cause now I know Writer/s: Anders Friden, Bjorn Gelotte
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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