Children of the Sun

Album: Skills in Pills (2015)
  • Dressed in sparks and light
    Showered in dazzling white
    We are the childrens of the sun
    The nightfall is about to come
    The sky turns red
    A frightful sign
    So we run
    We're running out of time

    Because
    We live only one day
    We only live one day
    We are in heaven but we can't stay
    We live only one day

    Daylight counting hours
    Worshipped by the flowers
    Related to mars and moon
    But the night is coming soon

    The sky turns red
    A frightful sign
    So we run
    We're running out of time

    Because
    We live only one day
    We only live one day
    We are in heaven but we can't stay
    We live only one day

    And when we die
    No place to stay
    We are in heaven anyway
    We have to go
    The sky's in flames
    We're going down in purple rain
    Purple rain..

    We live only one day
    We only live one day
    We are in heaven but we can't stay
    We live only one day
    And when we die

    No place to stay
    We are in heaven anyway
    And after all the night arrives
    Darkness comes and eats us aliveWriter/s: PETER TAEGTGREN, TILL LINDEMANN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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