"Blink" as written by Mat Bradshaw, Simon Paul Purssell, Diondria Elaine Thomas and Christopher Alan Thornton....
So I say every day,
So I say every hours time is passing by.
So I say every moment,
So I say every seccond I got you by my side.

And turned everything will change,
And nothing we have stays the same.
In a flash in a blink of an eye;
It all can change over night.

Say I see you again,
Say I see you just once in my lifetime.
Say I see you to understand what it is
To roll back the hands of time.
'Cuz time has never been a friend,
And you know I will fight till the end.

In a flash in a blink of an eye it all can change over night.
And I'm running as hours
Running as days by,
Running is just fine,
Time goes faster faster faster (faster x20)
I'll be running for hours,
Running for cover,
Running forever.

In a flash in a blink of an eye,
In a seccond it passes you by.
In a flash in a blink of an eye,
It all can change over night.

Lyrics submitted by Xenos8

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    General CommentTo me teh song is about having then losing the one you love. The first stanza she's still with him, "I got you by my side."

    However, something happens like a fight and they break up in the 2nd stanza.

    But in the 3rd stanza he isn't over her, even if he may have been mad. He wants to take it back and have what they had, "Say I see you to understand what it is to roll back the hands of time."

    In the 4th stanza he's hoping that things could start again as quickly as they ended, and now he's fighting against time to get her back.

    The 5th stanza leaves it rather open. It could mean that they were able to make it and be together again. However, perhaps what changed so quickly was his hope that they could be together, perhaps she's with someone else or rejects him. The ending is open to your interpretation I feel.
    Xenos8on December 09, 2010   Link

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