In the Glass

Album: Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky (2010)
  • At first there was
    There was just no question
    Who wouldn't rather be there reflection
    When I get here everything was cold and perfect
    When I get here everything was cold and perfect

    It was clear and bright
    Like a mid-winter sunlight
    My heart beat counting down a moment precise and quiet
    (I love how I sit my own reflection helpless
    I love how you saw my over world and helpless

    [Chorus]
    But I
    What have I done what have I done
    Oh (oh) what have I done
    Oh what have I done
    My god what have I done
    Oh (oh) what have I done
    Oh what have I done

    As time went on
    You could feel a silence
    Solidifying
    The sound of my thoughts paralyzing
    I tried to come back to and melt the glass and perfect
    I tried to come back to and melt the glass and perfect

    [Chorus]

    Every day is the same
    We're praying for rain
    When it finally came
    Oh when it came
    Everyday was the same
    Still praying for rain

    Every day is the same
    We're praying for rain
    When it finally came
    Oh when it came
    Everyday was the same
    Still praying for rain Writer/s: DAMIAN KULASH
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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