Silence

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  • Yih'yu l'ratzon imrei fi V'hegyon libi l'fanecha, adonai tzuri
    Yih'yu l'ratzon imrei fi V'hegyon libi l'fanecha, adonai tzuri*

    I will crush my fantasy,
    bring me olive oil crushed for his majesty
    to shine a warmth into eternity, this is an eternal decree,
    We'll dance like flames for there's no gravity,
    for now I'm just a candle trying to stay lit in this windy night.

    Got to crush my fantasies of how this life is supposed to be

    Bring my broken heart to an invisible king with a hope
    one day you might answer me, so I pray don't you abandon me.

    Your silence kills me;
    I wouldn't have it any other way.

    Is it wrong to think you might speak to me?
    You might speak, would it be words and what would you say?

    It's so heavy a heavy price to pay

    Your silence. Writer/s: JON KINGSLEY HALL, NICHOLAS KEITH WHITECROSS, PETER GEORGE STEWART
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Wixen Music Publishing, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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