Death Disco

Album: Metal Box (1979)
Charted: 20
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  • Lyrics
  • Seeing in your eyes.
    Seeing in your eyes
    Words can never say the way
    Told me in your eyes
    Final in a fade
    Never no more hope away
    Final in a fade
    Seeing in your eyes
    Seeing in your eyes
    Never really know
    Never realize
    Silence in your eyes
    Silence in your eyes
    Never really know
    Til it's gone away
    Never realize
    The silence in your eyes
    Seen it in your eyes
    Seen it in your eyes
    Never no more hope away
    Final in a fade
    Watch her slowly die
    Saw it in her eyes
    Choking on a bed
    Flowers rotting dead
    Seen it in her eyes
    Ending in a day
    Silence was a way
    Seeing in your eyes
    Seeing in your eyes
    Seeing in your eyes
    I'm seeing through my eyes
    Words cannot express
    Words cannot express
    Words cannot exp.......
    Writer/s: JOHN WARDLE, KEITH LEVENE
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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