"Wait For The Blackout (The Damned cover)" as written by Raymond Ian Burns, Paul Gray, Christopher John Millar, John Arthur Osborn and David Vanian....
Don't you ask me to come out
out when the sun does shine
Gonna stay here with curtains drawn
in darkness you'll be mine

Let's wait for the blackout
The lights are too bright
Let's wait for the blackout
Wait for the night

Well welcome to my basement flat
No windows to see through
With darkness closing in, my friend
We both know what to do

Let's wait for the blackout
Wait for the night
Let's wait for the blackout
The lights are too bright
Yea!

Let's wait for the blackout
The lights are too bright
Let's wait for the blackout
Wait for the night

Come roam with me upon this earth
Keep us both alive
Know everything has lasted here
And ne'er would survive

Let's wait for the blackout
The lights are too bright
Let's wait for the blackout
Wait for the night

In darkness there is no sin Light only brings in fear There's nothing to corrupt the eyes
There is no vision here At first you may find it strange
But do not go away
The darkness holds a power that you won't find in the day
There is no vision here (repeat)


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"Wait for the Blackout" as written by David Vanian Christopher John Millar

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    General Commentwhat?! no comments? this is a good song, you know!
    Well, I use to think of vampires cuz they doesn't like the sun and only want darkness and so on, but i don't think that's what's the song's about. It's quite obvious what he wants, right?
    apricot_on October 31, 2007   Link

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