"Rest" as written by Soeren Balsner, Lau Hoejen Nielsen and Morten Thorhauge....
Breathe
Breathe
Breathe
Breathe

Breathe
Breathe
Breathe
Breathe

You really need to breathe again
Just get that air inside and breathe again
It wasn't my intention to leave you there

I really dream about having a life
Out in the world with you in the blue city lights
It wasn't my intention to hurt you there

(So right)
If I say I'm sorry
(So wrong)
Would it matter anything to you
Anything to you
And if I say I'm sorry
Would it shatter every part of you
Burn every inch of you

See how her walls crumble and burn
See the corners shatter and turn
It wasn't my intention to kill you there

(So right)
If I say I'm sorry
(So wrong)
Would it matter anything to you
Anything to you
And if I say I'm sorry
Would it shatter every part of you
Burn every inch of you

(So right)
If I say I'm sorry
(So wrong)
Would it matter anything to you
Anything to you
And if I say I'm sorry
Would it shatter every part of you
Burn every inch

Breathe, breathe, breathe, breathe, breathe.


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"Rest" as written by Morten Thorhauge Lau Hoejen Nielsen

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    General CommentGood Lord.. Such a great song. Has been my favorite song of all times since I heard it.

    I coarsly interpret this song as a guy who has hurt a girl he likes/loves so much in a horrible way, a way he didn't really meant to lead her to, and this mistake's destroying this girl so hardly it's touching him deeply.

    Or maybe he left her, but he didn't meant to..
    Analog-Fishon December 30, 2008   Link
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    General CommentGreat song.

    I think this means that he went to war and "you" was very affected by him leaving
    Treswellon October 26, 2010   Link

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