I see the shoreline across my sight
A rippling paradox of deep and light
But it does neither like you do
I see these hills from far above
And they sprawl out like a soaring dove
But their wings aren't as wide as yours

Well all the words and all the sounds
All the sins that pour from my mouth
Yea, all the dust and glooming eyes
They fall away into the night
See, there's a light inside myself
That I lost long ago
Yea, there's a fire inside myself
That's flames had withered low

But you made it grow

So we play the same routine
Wavering glances by unwavering beliefs
My spinning head your chattering teeth
Though the answers are never clear
Suddenly, the questions they all dissapear
Leaving me pure whenever you're near.

Well all the words and all the sounds
All the sins that pour from my mouth
Yea, all the dust and glooming eyes
They fall away into the night
See, there's a light inside myself
That I lost long ago
Yea, there's a fire inside myself
That's flames had withered low

But you made it grow

So if the sun decides it's time
To expand and hold our planet in it's hands
Maybe our ashes could float into space
And fly through the nebulae
And soar past crying eyes
Somewhere into the great unknown

But not alone.


Lyrics submitted by resro12

When My Fire Is Out (Sins & Supernovas) song meanings
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