"Blood Diamonds" as written by and Charles Burchill Jim Kerr....
I feel you, there's no need to search.
And I hear you, from so far away.
There's a town, that's beyond this place.
And there's a space, 'cause you're not here.

Or could I be wrong?
Imagination strikes.
I hear those uneven songs,
Returning like ghosts in flight.

Once we were lovers,
Once we were pure as friends.
Once we were blood,
Diamonds to the end.

To be here when the world descends.
Let's make truth once again.

Or could I be wrong?
Could there be other ways?
Or could I be wrong?
You can un-train the heart.

Once we were lovers,
Once we were pure as friends.
Once we were blood,
Diamonds to the end.

Yeah, once we were lovers,
Once we were true as friends.
Once we were blood,
Diamonds to the end.

Diamonds to the end.

Or could I be wrong?
Could there be other ways?
Or could I be wrong?
You can un-train the heart.

Yeah, once we were lovers,
Once we were true as friends.
Yeah, once we were blood,
Diamonds to the end.

Yeah, once we were lovers,
Once we were true as friends.
Yeah, once we were blood,
Diamonds to the end.

Diamonds to the end.


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