Violet Rays

Album: Oceania (2012)
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  • Faithless moors
    Pulling up your oars
    From rivers I have crossed
    In magic no heart's lost
    And I'll leave with anyone this night
    And I'll kiss anyone tonight
    Am I the only one you see?
    Raised from the path of revelry

    Spells fall frail
    Webs catching sail
    In eternal eternities
    Divine purpose catching free
    And I'll leave with anyone this night
    And I'll kiss anyone tonight
    Am I the only one you see?
    Seized from the wrath of revelry
    Am I the only one you see?
    Does love matter when loves the actor
    For what you are after is me
    Babe, don't leave me, please believe me
    'Cause I'm so easy to know
    Am I the only one you see?
    Raised from the path of revelry
    Am I the only one you see?

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