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Album: Half-Light (2016)
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  • Listen to the crickets in my heart
    Can you hear that sound?
    Dusk and the tide goes out
    Your feet in the sand

    Everyone of us has felt the lights go down
    Everyone of us has felt our heart beat pound
    Everyone of us has felt it on our own
    Lo and behold you were here now you're gone
    Lo and behold you were here now you're gone

    Along the coast we could see time and space
    And across the water it was all emptiness
    But I held you close, my cheek pressed up against yours
    And I could feel the hereafter out in front of us both
    Along the coast we could see time and space
    And across the water it was all emptiness
    But I held you close, my cheek pressed up against yours
    And we could feel the storm gathering in front of us both

    Oh
    Oh
    Oh
    Oh

    Everyone of us has felt the lights go down
    Everyone of us has felt our heart beat pound
    Everyone of us has felt the lights go down
    Everyone of us has felt our heart beat pound
    Everyone of us has felt it on our own
    Lo and behold you were here now you're gone
    Lo and behold you were here now you're gone Writer/s: ROSTAM BATMANGLIJ
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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