All alright

Album: Mee sue í eyrum vid spilum endalaust (2008)
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  • I want him to know
    What I have done
    I want him to know
    It's bad

    I want him to know
    What I have done
    I want him to know
    Right now

    Maybe it's time tomorrow
    Or maybe today
    It is not right
    Now it's better
    Now we'll know
    Now he'll know
    What I am telling

    I'm sitting with you
    Sitting in silence
    Let's sing into the years, like one
    Singing in tune, together
    A psalm for no one
    Let's sing in tune
    But now it's home

    You sing into the night now
    Just sing on for me
    You sing into the night

    You...
    You stay to be alright Writer/s: GEORG HOLM, JON THOR BIRGISSON, KJARTAN SVEINSSON, ORRI PALL DYRASON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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