"Peace Sword (Open Your Heart)" (also "Peace Sword in B Minor") as written by Steven Drozd, Kliph Scurlock, Michael Ivins, Derek Brown and Wayne Coyne....
I was trained to ignore your pain
Open your heart to me
I trade the sun of its light
Open your heart, you'll see

Open your heart to me
Open your heart, you'll see
Open your heart to me
Open your heart (Are you a soldier?)

All the stars above all day
As bright as it can be
All the smart in my head
Open your heart and see

Open your heart to me
Open your heart, you'll see
Open your heart to me
Open your heart
Open your heart, you'll see


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"Peace Sword (Open Your Heart)" as written by Kliph Scurlock Derek Brown

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    General CommentNew here, so not sure how editing does/doesn't work (change didn't seem to go through, but I thought I'd at least add my notes here as it's not the best format anyways:

    I was trained to ignore your pain
    Open your heart to me
    I'll [drain/trade] the sun of its light
    Open your heart, and see

    Open your heart to me (to be a soldier)
    Open your heart, and see (?[you'll] [never] ?[overreach] [for])
    Open your heart to me (to be a soldier, are you a sword...)
    Open your heart (...for peace?)

    Are the stars alive or dead?
    They're as bright as can be!
    ?[All this matter] in my head
    Open it up and see

    [[interlude]]

    Open your heart to me
    Open your heart, and see
    Open your heart to me
    Open your heart, and see

    *[[Notes: Words in []s are difficult to make out. Hard to find good sources that are even close to actual lyrics (particularly the background words), so if you have official lyrics, upload them. Background words in 1st "chorus" are sung directly after each "Open your heart".]]
    StrikerX22on December 20, 2016   Link

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