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Album: Mee sue í eyrum vid spilum endalaust (2008)
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  • You tried everything
    Yes, a thousand times
    Experienced enough
    Been through enough
    But you it was who let everything
    Into my heart
    And it was you who once again
    Awoke my spirit

    I parted, you parted

    You stir up
    Emotions
    In a blender
    Everything in disarray
    But it was you who was always
    There for me
    It was you who never judged
    My true friend

    I parted, you parted
    (hopelandic)

    You sail on rivers
    With an old oar
    Leaking badly
    You swim to shore
    Pushed the waves away
    But to no avail
    You float on the sea
    Sleep on the surface
    Light through the fog

    (hopelandic) Writer/s: GEORG HOLM, JON THOR BIRGISSON, KJARTAN SVEINSSON, ORRI PALL DYRASON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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