"Valentine" as written by Jessica Ware, Sampha Sisay and Timmaz Zolleyn....
Be the valentine, rip the heart of mine
Give your innocence to the brightest of dreams
This is harvest time, taste the bloodred wine
Of this gilded art, it is spilled from my own heart

It?s so hard to see my face
In the mirror?s cold disgrace
I wonder what is this I have become
A childish forlorn wish
So easy to seduce
Seems like it?s just one step to fall down

Be the valentine?

I can hardly write these lines
Cause I already have signed
My name across the wall of prayers

Now I listen to my name
Sounding like a blame
I close my eyes and start to sing my song

Be the valentine?

If I?m looking back behind
To long forgotten times
There?s something that is burning on and on

Oh, oh, oh, pactum fraudis!
Oh, oh, oh, pactum fraudis!
Oh, oh, oh, pactum fraudis!
Oh, oh, oh, pactum fraudis!
Sanguinans!

I live in memories, cast into melodies
They die in harmony with greed and treachery

Be the valentine?

How can I run from this hurting neverending pain?


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"Valentine" as written by Richard Willis Hawley

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI'm not 100% sure what this song is about, but I think in the beginning the narrator has been jaded by their past and is in pain (maybe over a lost lover), and is now looking for someone else to come along, love them and rescue them.
    MUtiger91on September 06, 2015   Link

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