"Lands End" as written by Marco Beltrami and Dennis Smith....
Come take this hand at twilight's door
I'll meet you there we'll share the moonlit floor
Through the driving rain, colors run in veins
Ozone fills the air, two figures disappear

Come let's take flight, let's quit this scene tonight
Whilst they sleep on endless, in their wrecked designs
Sleep on endless in your wrecked designs

Moths touched by flame repeat their fatal game
Forever and eternally, the cliffs around the crashing sea
Unsolved and endless, wait for me

Undulating far below, where lucid waters flow
Their faces seem to know

Where the land falls to an end
This hidden tale begins
Take a walk with me down by the sea

Moths touched by flame repeat their fatal game
Forever and eternally, the cliffs around the crashing sea
Unsolved and endless, wait for me, wait for me

Take a walk with me down by the sea
Take a walk with me down by the sea
Take a walk with me down by the sea

Take a walk, take a walk, take a walk
Take a walk with me down by the sea
Take a walk with me down by the sea



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"Lands End" as written by The Banshees Siouxsie

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    General CommentSimply amazing song.
    I used to watch the sea from the cliffs on a moonlit night listening to this song.
    Just loud enough so the crashing waves can be heard.
    An unreal sound is created. Perfect even.
    svalbardon September 12, 2010   Link
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    General Comment This song to me resembles the lengths you take to prove your love
    Dinkyon December 03, 2011   Link
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    General Comment This song to me resembles the lengths you take to prove your love
    Dinkyon December 03, 2011   Link
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    General CommentCARRUTHERS: "There's a funny story here. We were in Berlin recording this track when, half way through, the Lands End tragedy happened. The lyrics don't really correspond to that - it's more a lover's leap for eternity. " Source: Melody Maker 1986
    JJKelsallon December 01, 2012   Link

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