Heartbeats

Album: Veneer (2005)
Charted: 9
  • One night to be confused
    One night to speed up truth
    We had a promise made
    Four hands and then away
    Both under influence
    We had divine scent
    To know what to say
    Mind is a razor blade

    To call for hands from above to lean on
    Would that be good enough for me?

    One night of magic rush
    The start: a simple touch
    One night to push and scream
    And then relief
    Ten days of perfect tunes
    The colors red and blue
    We had a promise made
    We were in love

    To call for hands from above to lean on
    Would that be good enough for me?

    To call for hands from above to lean on
    Would that be good enough?

    And you
    You knew the hand of the devil
    And you
    Kept us awake with wolves teeth
    Sharing different heartbeats in one night

    To call for hands from above to lean on
    Would that be good enough for me now?

    To call for hands from above to lean on
    Would that be good enough? Writer/s: Karin Elizabeth Dreijer Andersson, Olof Bjorn Dreijer
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • L from Melbourne, AustraliaJose is one of my all-time favorite music artists. Ever since I saw the Sony Bravia commercial on TV years ago, I had to listen to more of his music. I would love to see him live - his music is simple but powerful and beautiful.
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