"Solaris" as written by Willian Pinto Magalhaes and Leonardo Gandelman....
If I'm closer to the sun,
I'm the furthest from someone,
I'm the chord that wont resolve,
A craze that won't belong,
And I just cannot leave,
I keep on burning from the heat,
I'm blinded from the spill,
Of light here she shines on me.

[Chorus]
And oh she's bringing in, she's bringing in the light,
And I'm, I'm getting it, I get it I'm alive
So don't count on your satellites,
To say she's here tonight,
Just know she's bringing in,
She's bringing in the light.

Oh she likes to lead,
Every way she lead me on,
She took the ground beneath my feet,
And drew me closer to the sun,
My mind is spinning right to the edge,
I'm veering out of control,
She gracefully reels me in,
And oh, here she comes, here she goes.

[Chorus: x3]

Just know she's bringing in,
She's bringing in the light.


Lyrics submitted by cookiesruleSoph, edited by xA

"Solaris" as written by Leonardo Gandelman Willian Pinto Magalhaes

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    General Commentfirst comment... wow!! :o I feel so priviledged :D

    I think this song is a tough one to analyse... Im pretty sure its about the power of the sun.. 'solaris '
    .. and thats being to compared to the power that a person can have over you.. unconditional love you have for someone... dont really know tho.. those are my views neway...??!!

    ne other thoughts?! :p x
    xHermanTheGermanxon November 28, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwonderfull song
    madinalakefanon March 18, 2010   Link
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    General Comment It's like they can just sing me to sleep(winter Remix)
    madinalakefanon April 01, 2010   Link
  • -2
    General Commenti was solaris with long white dress and angel wings because i am the sun who shines on elliot minor They can sing me to sleep
    madinalakefanon March 28, 2010   Link

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