Drifting back through blossom streets
the silent meets the loud
The cooling towers and the mysteries
the gloaming light surrounds

Deep inside you never let go
Deep inside you’ll never let this go

Taking a ride on a subway train
To feel more alive when you get back out again
And if you meet those eyes, you feel you’ve always known
Under a summer sky, as a gentle wind is blowing

Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything
Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything
Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything

Heading west towards the glowing evening sunset
On an august night
Waking up before the mist is fully lifted
In the morning light
You feel the sadness in her eyes
As the autumn wind and golden leaves starts singing

Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything
Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything
Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything
Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything
Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything
Sometimes I don't need to believe in anything


Lyrics submitted by annazoff, edited by Denpatou

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