Down with the time, light as a feather
That way you waited
That is, believe me no better
Hear when I call you the better

Red is your heart
I’m coming over
Having made love with it all over my body
Making new love to somebody

Now that he’s here, eyes are unclouded
My heart has never beated louder
I can’t believe that I doubted,
I doubted you!

Taking my hand, look into my heart
I’m coming out, I’m coming out
Pulsing it in love
Pulsing it into one
Forcing it into us!
Over my head, into my heart
I’m coming out, I’m coming out
Pulsing it in love
Pulsing it into one
Forcing it into us!

All of your dreams only come at night
There where you are, none of your colours are daylight
Though they may not ever be light

Red is your heart
I’m coming over!
With love over my body
Making new love to someone
Love to somebody new!

Taking my hand, look into my heart
I’m coming out, I’m coming out
Pulsing it in love
Pulsing it into one
Forcing it into us!
Over my head, into my heart
I’m coming out, I’m coming out
Pulsing it in love
Pulsing it into one
Forcing it into us!


Lyrics submitted by 60_miles_an_hour

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    General CommentAny assistance with the lyrics is appreciated, cheers :)

    It also sounds like she sings "Forcing it into us" not "pulsing" but I need another opinion lol.
    60_miles_an_houron January 13, 2014   Link
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    Song MeaningAfter watching the music video with the juxtaposition of animal carcasses and young couple, I think the lyrics' repetition of 'hearts', pulsing blood and 'forcing it into us' refer to both the adrenaline and blood rush of an intimate relationship and the slaughtering of animals. The dead animals in the Butcher shop demonstrate how we consume and force this now cold blooded animal into our systems, which keeps our blood pumping and our hearts pulsing.
    lisasonodaon February 07, 2014   Link

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