"2000 Lightyears Of Darkness" as written by Ola Salo, Mikael Bjoern-ingel Jepsson, Lars Henrik Ljungberg, Sylvester David Olof Schlegel and Martin Karl Axen Persson....
Tell me can my eyes betray me?
Do they say how happy I feel,
When no one take the seat beside me
on the bus and make a fuss?
-Then I'm easy
To go away, take a train, go astray
-Disappear into the unknown
To a place where you're always
All alone

Take a look into my eyes:
2000 light-years of darkness
Take a look into my eyes:
2000 miles of black woods
Take a look into my eyes:
2000 light-years of darkness
You'll see
My eyes, your eyes,
Father of a son
Our thoughts will be one,
Connected in souls
Together at last,
-In the same black hole

One day you won't know my name
You will go and
Not come back again
I assume
It will bring me great pain
But at least
I'll know where you're staying

'Cause you and I
Got a way to go astray
-Disappear into the unknown
To a place where we're always
All alone

Take a look into my eyes:
2000 light-years of darkness
Take a look into my eyes:
2000 miles of black woods
Take a look into my eyes:
2000 light-years of darkness
You'll see
My eyes, your eyes,
Father of a son
Our thoughts will be one,
Connected in souls
Together at last,
-In the same black hole

In my eyes, in your eyes
In our 2000 light-years of darkness
In my eyes, in your eyes
In our 2000 light-years of darkness


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"2000 Light-Years of Darkness" as written by Martin Karl Axen Persson Lars Henrik Ljungberg

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    General CommentIs it possible that it's about the cyclical nature of father/son relationships? I mean:

    "Father and son
    Our thoughts will be one
    Connected in souls
    Together at last
    In the same black hole "

    It could be a comment on how a son becomes like his father as he ages, and eventually passes on, just like his father before him.
    Dysperdison January 29, 2008   Link

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