Strobe Light

Album: Season High (2017)
  • Lost, where you been?
    Gold dripped on your skin
    Dizzy, spinning
    Gold dripped on your skin

    What's it like from those hands?
    Angels stay in
    And just a taste, tasting
    The soul reborn again, gain

    Strobe light
    Ultraviolet blue
    Eyes are deep
    Ultraviolet you

    Staring, she's staring
    Through a crowded room
    Coming closer, you're sweating
    It has a piece of you

    You're smiling, teeth glowing
    The angels stay in
    Have a taste, a taste of
    Soul reborn again, gain

    Glowing in the park
    Pearly whites in the dark
    Throw a witch into a fire
    'Cause the fire, we back
    Glowing in the dark
    Pearly whites in the park
    Throw a witch into a fire
    'Cause the fire, we burn

    Strobe light
    Ultraviolet blue
    Eyes are deep
    Ultraviolet you

    Wanna send a little love
    And let this play the beat
    In between space and time
    It's invisibility

    Strobe light
    Ultraviolet blue
    Dancing eyes are deep
    Ultraviolet you
    (Ultraviolet blue)
    Dancing eyes are deep Writer/s: Yukimi Nagano, Hakan Wirenstrand, Fredrik Kallgren Wallin, Erik Bodin
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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