It's not the loss of sound that breaks the light

through our worlds appreciation of those bedroom eyes

that of an angel love sick who fell from the sun,

You're not moving; and our hearts slowly stops beating...

We've been around this great big blvd. laying in this hearse...

...and I'm thanking you for holding me, protecting all that matters

And if I die before I wake, let's cheers to life and love (of you)...

And drive away as the music comes, we'll never look back

They've made us masks that melt away and hide,

it's the blue asphixiation that took our lives

I sealed our lips across that dramatic kiss,

So hold me real softly yet closely

We've been around this great big blvd. laying in this hearse...

...and I'm thanking you for holding me, protecting all that matters

And if I die before I wake, let's cheers to life and love (of you)...

And drive away as the music comes, we'll never look back

Is it the fun of shadows or the constant love of rain that brought us back to life?

I'll never feel this way again...

I'll start your heart again to show (I love you) that love and death is worth it always (I need you always)

So close your eyes and never fade...

And I'm thanking you for holding me, protecting all that matters

And if I die before I wake, let's cheers to life and love (of you)...

And drive away as the music comes, we'll never look back

And I'm thanking you for holding me, protecting all that matters

And if I die before I wake, let's cheers to life and love (of you)...

And drive away as the music comes, we'll never look back...


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    General CommentLove this song! It's a cheerful enough one although the meaning is hard to figure out.
    xtroleon March 01, 2011   Link

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