My Underworld

Album: Underworld (2018)
  • What do you ache for
    I ache for wonder
    Still I wait til that place calls
    To take me under

    But I beg for your mercy, fear it's safer here than below
    As I'm losing control I steer my ship into the unknown

    Now we sail into deep blue storm clouds
    Hold my head now, strangely I feel at peace as I dive into
    My underworld, world
    I dive into my underworld, world

    Down in these depths I'm adding up the numbers
    Of all I've suffered in past lives, tied down in the darkness
    Finally I begin to learn what I've returned tonight
    Time has come to begin again, leave something else behind

    Now we sail into deep blue storm clouds
    Hold my head now, strangely I feel at peace as I dive into
    My underworld, world
    I dive into my underworld, world

    I remember I know this place
    So why separate the light from dark?
    You can't have two without one
    We try, but we can't deny
    What's of the heart

    This is where I shed the skin of old beliefs
    And I surface as a better me
    Spring blooms after depths of winter
    So I release and retrieve my courage from my sleeve

    So these deep blue storm clouds
    Hold my head now, strangely I feel at peace

    As I dive into
    My underworld, world
    I dive into my underworld, world
    I dive into my underworld

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