Destiny followed the sun and infinity bent
Into twilight's last slave, into gray again
Until tomorrow, follow the sun
Until tomorrow, in your eyes

She comes to me in waves of shock until I'm drained
I accept her orders, I accept her pain
Until tomorrow, follow the sun
Until tomorrow, she comes in colors

She likes to play acid mind games
Within our faults and without blame
Until tomorrow, follow the sun
Until tomorrow, she comes in colors
She comes in colors and waves until I'm drained
She comes again

Until tomorrow, follow the sun
Until tomorrow, follow the sun
She comes in colors


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  • +1
    Lyric CorrectionCorrect lyrics (as listed in their limited edition cd box):

    Destiny followed the sun and infinity bent
    Into twilight's last slave, into gray again
    Until tomorrow, follow the sun
    Until tomorrow, in your eyes

    She comes to me in waves of shock until I'm drained
    I accept her orders, I accept her pain
    Until tomorrow, follow the sun
    Until tomorrow, she comes in colors

    She likes to play acid mind games
    Within our faults and without blame
    Until tomorrow, follow the sun
    Until tomorrow, she comes in colors
    She comes in colors and waves until I'm drained
    She comes again

    Until tomorrow, follow the sun
    Until tomorrow, follow the sun
    She comes in colors
    Victor9988on June 17, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song and "and the maiden spoke" seem to be throwbacks to DNB.
    buggie92on July 17, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is the best song on the album imo

    I'm pretty sure this song is about some kind of psychedelic experience. It seems to be a vision of some kind. She comes in colours is the name of the 7th chapter of The Politics of Ecstasy by Timmothy Leary.
    Griminalon November 07, 2010   Link

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