Seconds

Album: Ritual Union (2011)
  • Ten times more than the sweetest sound
    Wouldn't want to change if it brings me down
    Every several years this song expires *
    Driven by a fear and a sweep of fire
    Higher than the heaven's soul
    Tendered by your hands
    And letting go
    Every now and then to fall behind
    Leaning on a stranger, turning time

    'Cause all I want, a second or two
    And all we got are seconds to lose
    And all I am is tempted by you

    Ten times more than the sweetest sound
    I wouldn't change if it brings you down
    Every seven years, this sonic spy *
    Driven by a fear and a sweep of fire

    'Cause all I want, a second or two
    And all we got are seconds to lose
    And all I am is tempted by you

    Because all I want, a second or two
    And all we got are seconds to lose
    And all I am is tempted by you Writer/s: Erik Oskar Bodin, Fredrik Daniel Wallin, Hakan Wirenstrand, Yukimi Eleanora Nagano
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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