"Atom Dance" as written by and Bjork Guomundsdottir....
We are each other’s hemispheres

I am fine tuning my soul
To the universal wavelength
No one is a lover alone
I propose an atom dance
Our hearts are coral reefs in low tide
Love is the ocean we crave
Restlessly turning around and around
I am dancing towards transformation
Learning by love to open it all
Let this ugly wound relief
We fear unconditional heart space
Healed by atom dance

When you feel the flow as primal love
Enter the pain and dance with me!
We are each other’s hemispheres

We aim at peeling off dead layers of loveless love
No one is a lover alone
Most hearts fear their own home
Come in themselves fully
It scares them all

When you feel the flow as primal love
Enter the pain and dance with me!

No one is a lover alone, no one
Most hearts fear their own home

You are my same hemisphere, hemisphere
The atoms are dancing, dancing

No one is a lover alone, no
Most hearts fear their own home

You are my same hemisphere, hemisphere
The atoms are dancing, dancing

Atoms are laughing at last
At last


Lyrics submitted by volkinjaz

"Atom Dance" as written by Oddny Eir Aevarsdottir Bj�rk Gudmundsdottir

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General CommentIt's overcoming the well of despair and pity that followed Bjork's Breakup. It sounds like waking up and suddenly finding clarity, like of like reaching the edge of the storm and finally seeing blue skies again.

    Through the Lyrics, Bjork has broken everything down to the simplest idea of connection and energy, Atoms exchanging energy and moving around. It's as if a little bit of Barny still lives on inside her and her in him. They have accepted their passing and moved on, they have 'peeled off the dead layers of loveless love' and found peace in their own new single life.

    Finally they can laugh together.
    PandasaurusRexon June 05, 2015   Link

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